[Mono-list] Re: Visual Studio Addin for Mono

MonoMan MonoMan surendra_sharma1@hotmail.com
Tue, 21 Sep 2004 08:19:48 +0000

Hi Francisco
I am very much thankful for your help.I am able to download and run the 
I found that this addin do not have any mono debugger inbuilt,right?
Please let me know if any other package need to be installed to get mono 

I am very much interested to debug c# application with mono runtime but 
unfortunatly i could not get any existing mono debugger on windows platform

I have some doubts.Please clear them too

1.Is this addin planning to use mono debugger inbuilt with monodevelop? if 
yes   mono debugger is Linux specific,how can we use this on windows 

2.I am able to see one option "Test on Mono".this is not implemented yet.
could you explain it's functionality?

Thanx a lot for your time.
Looking forward for your precious reply

>From: "Francisco T. Martinez" <martinf@mfconsulting.com>
>To: MonoMan MonoMan 
>CC: Mono-list@lists.ximian.com, mono@eyekahn.com
>Subject: Re: [Mono-list] Re: Visual Studio Addin for Mono
>Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2004 13:23:04 -0500
>That link is a bit dated. Try this and let me know (Careful with the URL 
>MonoMan MonoMan wrote:
>>Hi Francisco
>>I appreciate your nice effort to develop Visual Studio Addin for
>>Mono .
>>I was eager to try this but problem is that,
>>2nd link
>>is not working for me.
>>i could not download this nice addin.
>>Could i download it from other web site?
>>Is this addin able to debug the test applications with mono runtime
>>in VS .Net environment?
>>Loooking forward for your reply
>>>[Mono-list] Re: Visual Studio Addin for Mono
>>>Jim Erwin mono@eyekahn.com
>>>Wed, 23 Jun 2004 17:28:22 -0500
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>>>Francisco, I will echo a couple of other comments I've seen concerning 
>>>your add-in for testing Mono stuff in vs.net. Your work IS appreciated. 
>>>Please keep the faith and keep on developing the add-in. I plan on 
>>>downloading and giving it a try as soon as my work schedule loosens up 
>>>just a bit. regards, Jim Erwin On Wed, 2004-06-23 at 07:37, Francisco T. 
>>>Martinez wrote: > Daniel Morgan wrote: > > >I like the idea for testing 
>>>Mono stuff in vs.net. I already do this. > >:-) > > > >I have a vs.net 
>>>solution that has various assemblies built, mostly for > >testing and 
>>>debugging System.Data and its data providers. > > > >Two big reasons why 
>>>I use vs.net to do Mono stuff: debugger and editor. > >...since there is 
>>>no Mono debugger on Windows. > > > >Wouldn't it be cool if someone 
>>>created a Glade addin? This way we could > >visually design gtk# apps in 
>>>vs.net. > > > > > > > As a little update to the development status of my 
>>>Add-in, I have > completed the first Alpha release of it. It is contained 
>>>in an MSI > file. I will likely change it to a NSIS installer package 
>>>later on. If > you or anyone decides to install it, you can expect this.: 
>>> > - A new pop-up menu called prj2make placed at the top of the > Visual 
>>>Studio .NET 2003 Tools menu. > - Create Makefile should generate 
>>>acceptable nmake.exe > Makefile.Win32 files targeting csc.exe and the 
>>>.NET runtiime. > - All other menu options are to be treated as "Under > 
>>>Construction" (I have kept them there as a preview of where I am going > 
>>>with this). > > You can find the MSI on the 'files' section of the Novell 
>>>Forge project > page for prj2make-sharp: > 
>>> > should be near the bottom of the page. Or you can fetch it out of the 
>>> > Forge ftp site using: > 
>>> > > >Somone may have already created a Nunit GUI addin for vs.net, so 
>>>getting > >that to work for testing Mono would rock! > > > > > > > The 
>>>initial work on this Add-in (going on 43 hours) has lead me to > believe 
>>>that the biggest contribution that this effort can give the > community 
>>>right now is the core mechanics on how to write a VS Add-in in > the 
>>>first place. If nothing else you can always look at the code in CVS. > > 
>>> >I know SharpDevelop has an Nunit GUI integrated. > > > > > The Add-in 
>>>could have been a lot further along in terms of capabilities > and 
>>>functionality, but no one has collaborated with me in the issues > that I 
>>>posed on a posting I submitted on Jun 19 to the [Mono-devel-list] > with 
>>>Subject: Visual Studio Addin. > > I realize that everybody is very 
>>>occupied right now with Mono 1.0 > release issues, but I can't help to 
>>>feel a bit sadden by the fact that > aside from you and Urs, I have not 
>>>received any comments (good or bad) > on this effort. > > Best regards. > 
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