[Mono-list] Visual Studio Add-in Design Objectives Discussion

Cory Nelson phrosty@gmail.com
Sun, 27 Jun 2004 19:02:21 -0700

I realise it's the entire point here, but I'd much rather have some
simple shell extensions for the right-click menu.  To use it in VS.NET
I would want it seamless... ie, run automatically every time I save. 
"Test in Mono", however, looks like a very nice tool to put into
VS.NET.  Anything that makes things easier for companies to care about
cross-platformness is okay in my book.

But that's just me, and I know how varied opinions can be about coding
environments :)

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 18:31:44 -0500, Francisco T. Martinez
<martinf@mfconsulting.com> wrote:
> Greetings:
> I have completed a document that presents a clickable screen shot of the
> prototype of the prj2make-sharp Visual Studio Add-in. In this document I
> go over what my initial release will try to accomplish.
> There are some issues that are still not resolved on the installation
> and usage of Mono and GTK# under Win32.  I am asking for community
> leaders and some of our outstanding contributors the likes of Mike
> Kestner, Miguel de Icaza, Erik Dasque, Todd Berman, Daniel Morgan,
> Gonzalo Paniagua, Jonathan Pryor, John Luke, Urs Muff and others to take
> a look at this document and to please provide feedback if pertinent.  I
> certainly don't want to make this an elitist poll or query, but there
> are a few issues that maybe best addressed by the group of folks listed
> above.
> Feel free to comment back on the mailing list or to send me emails to my
> personal account.  There will also be an ASP.NET application for sending
> feedback -- a button near the top of the page -- that ends up as an
> email to my mail box.
> http://www.mfconsulting.com/product/prj2make-sharp/vsprj2make_Proposal.html
> Best regards for all.
> Paco
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