[Mono-dev] Suggestions for Visualizers please...

Tom Spink tspink at gmail.com
Thu Apr 14 08:48:01 EDT 2011

On 14 April 2011 13:07, Abdul Rauf <raufbutt at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12 April 2011 12:33, Abdul Rauf <raufbutt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello everyone, I am participating in GSoC 11 and interested in working on "Debugger Visualizers". I have put up a proposal here (http://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/proposal/review/google/gsoc2011/edil/2002)
>> I have got some feedback and I am looking to extend the proposal. I would like you to please share your opinion.
>> One suggestion is to implement a Task Visualizer to show tasks in the scheduler's task queue and their state. I am new to IDE development so I would be grateful if someone explains this suggestion to me like how this visualizer will work? (would it be working as a standalone application or runs in the same way as my other proposed visualizers)
>> Thanks
>> Rauf
> Hi,
> After having some thoughts about visualizers, I have come across two
> more visualizers which I think would add value to the Mono community.
> These are
> LINQ to SQL Visualizer: Sometimes, a small mistake in a query could
> result in undesirable results and its hard to locate such small
> mistakes in the console. This visualizer will show LINQ query in a
> presentable form so a developer can easily see any mistake.
> Exception Visualizer: This visualizer will display exceptions in a
> graphical form (e.g., in XML style) easier to see exception details
> and stack trace.
> Please share your thoughts.
> Thanks
> Rauf
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Hi Rauf,

Are you intending to send these messages to the MonoDevelop mailing
list?  You're emailing the Mono list, which deals with the runtime,
and your GSoC proposal appears to be aimed at MonoDevelop.

If you're looking for opinions from the Mono community, I suggest you
take a look at the following pages:


-- Tom.

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