[Mono-list] Windows Mono IDE
Francisco T. Martinez
Fri, 20 Aug 2004 17:18:49 -0500
I will be announcing a new version of the installer that now includes a
new C# project type for Gtk#. It will be at the same URL as before.
That new project type may be a bit more obvious in terms of not hiding
the details of how the different Widgets are created to render your UI.
Even if you do not install the new installer. Go to the Start menu and
find "Gtk# for Windows" program group. Look for the sub menu called
Applications and you will see something called glade. Launch that
application (you could also go to the Start menu, select Run and type
glade followed by pressing Enter) and you will see the GTK+ GUI
designer. Once Glade is running you can go to its File menu and select
Open and navigate to the location of your *.glade file and load it.
Hope this help
Brown, Robert wrote:
> I have gotten it installed and am able to create a Glade# project; but
> I am unable to edit the main window that was created for me. I am
> assuming that the form is the gladesharp1.glade file; but when I open
> it in VS.Net 2003 all I see is an XML document. Do I need a 3rd party
> tool installed to take care of the Glade GUI editing?
> *From:* Francisco T. Martinez [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> *Sent:* Friday, August 20, 2004 5:28 AM
> *To:* email@example.com
> *Cc:* Sijmen Mulder; Brown, Robert
> *Subject:* Re: [Mono-list] Windows Mono IDE
> You want to look at this effort:
> This should work very well with Visual Studio .NET 2003.
> Don't forget to reboot after running the Win32 Installer and download
> and install the help also.
> Sijmen Mulder wrote:
>>>Is there and IDE for Mono on the Windows platform? And is it
>>possible to use VS.Net but use the GTK# classes for the GUI instead of
>>the standard windows.forms class?
>>There is no official Mono IDE on the Windows platform, but you might
>>want to look at SharpDevelop
>>(http://www.icsharpcode.net/opensource/sd), which served as codebase
>>And yes, it is possible to use the GTK# classes from Visual Studio
>>.NET, but you wouldn't be able to use the forms designer.