[Mono-dev] Linux IDE?

Antonello Provenzano antonello at deveel.com
Mon Mar 26 04:30:23 EDT 2007

My friend,

I'm not in the MD development team, so I cannot tell you why are they
so 'in late' relatively to #D. Most of the problems should be related
to licensing (#D is under GPL or LGPL) and platform-specific issues
(like the debugger that still need to be implemented fully under
Mono): I believe in small time, with some 'tuning' they will be at the
same level, giving me the opportunity to definitively switch to Linux
for the development also.


On 3/26/07, LCID Fire <lcid-fire at gmx.net> wrote:
> > No problems, but I meant the exact opposite: IMHO #D is one of the
> > best IDe for developing Mono and .NET code under Windows.
> > What I wanted to say was that doing a transition from VS.NEt to #D is
> > a good idea, since they are "comparable"... :D
> A great feature in #D (also in MD) is being able to have solutions underneath other solutions.
> But to be honest I still have a VMware running with Windows just for the sake of being able to develop in #D. And basicly it really sux that MD is THAT far behind of #D.

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