[Mono-dev] good IDE tool to work with MONO source codes in Linux?

Curtis Wensley eto at shaw.ca
Sun Dec 11 03:06:54 EST 2005

Since most of mono is written in C#, x-develop might be good for  
you.  Has awesome code completion svn/cvs and nunit integration.  I  
use it for all my c# work on both windows and linux (and currenly osx  
since my x86 machine died).  I like it MUCH better than vs.net  
actually, and it uses the same project/solution format as vs.net  
which makes it easy to move over.



On 9-Dec-05, at 10:26 AM, Okehee Goh wrote:

> Hello,
> My question is quite off from this list. I'm sorry about that.
> When work with Mono's windows version using Visual studio in  
> windows, the working environment was quite good.
> After switching to Linux version for some experiment , it becomes  
> quite difficult because only tool i use is vi editor and gdb.
> Is there good IDE tool to work with MONO source codes in Linux (not  
> for C# , but for mono codes)?
> When googled, i got "anjuta". But, I'm a little afraid that it  
> might be hard to make integrated working environment for huge mono  
> project with the tool?
> Thanks for any tip.
> Regards,
> Okehee
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