[Mono-dev] Windows IDE?
darius.damalakas at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 06:01:22 EST 2008
Antonello Provenzano-3 wrote:
> What I wanted to say was that doing a transition from VS.NEt to #D is
> a good idea, since they are "comparable"... :D
Our company is working third year exclusively with #D, and since
SharpDevelop 2.0 the experience is simply great!
It has debugger, great intellisense support (like ctrl+g, alt-insert,
alt-space, alt-enter, find-references, find-subclasses, etc.), svn
integration, nunit integration, supports Boo (which we happen to use). It's
pleasant to work with XML files inside #D, because it has intellisense here
#D 3.0 now has multi-core project compilation, class diagram pluing, a
little-more refactoring options.
(P.s. we are developing Desktop apps).
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