[Mono-devel-list] Development Environment?
aleksey at aleksey.com
Wed Aug 20 15:42:53 EDT 2003
When I've started playing with Mono I have also looked around
for an IDE. I've tried Eclipse and (IMHO) it is t-o-o-o-o heavy and it is
much more Java oriented than I want. My favorite Midnight
Commander did not work very well with huge number of files and
folders in a typical C# projects (and Mono in particular). I am not a big
fun of Vi/Emacs thus it was not a best option for me.
Finaly I decided to practice with Mono/C#/Gtk# and write "yet another
IDE" :) I did it for myself but if you are interested, feel free to try it:
You would need fresh Gtk# from CVS trunk (which requires GTK >= 2.2)
and Mono 0.26 (or from CVS trunk). Also, I use gtksourceview library thus
compilation/installation process is lisghtly more complex than usual
(you would need internet connection to get grksourceview tarball):
I am using this on RedHat 9 with stock Gnome/GTK but it should work
on other Linux systems too.
With best regards,
Matt Ryan wrote:
>I'm looking for a resource (i.e. URL) that can tell me how people are
>using Linux IDEs (preferably Eclipse) to develop using the Mono
>framework. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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