[Mono-list] Developing in a mix environment
R. Tyler Ballance
tyler at monkeypox.org
Wed Aug 1 18:19:11 EDT 2007
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On Jul 30, 2007, at 10:46 PM, John Anderson wrote:
> What are your guys best tips for working in a mix environment
> (Windows/Mac/Linux) ?
> How do you avoid running into new line/carriage return problems
> between editors?
> How do you handle building projects between the systems?
> -- Do you use nant/make files, if so, how do the windows
> developers handle that
> -- Do you use vs solutions with monodevelop? How well does it
> work? Is there something on the Mac that can do this?
> What are the gotchas about developing in a mixed environment?
> How well does the mono add-in for Visual Studio work?
> -- What versions does it work with
I've been using NAnt and relatively standard editors (Vim and Emacs
are 'relatively' cross-platform) and then as the other folks have
already mentioned Subversion can be used to set properties on files
to ensure line-ending standardization.
The rub really comes when you need to work with developers that use
Visual Studio 2005 (exclusively! >=[) then it's either usually a case
of running their existing project files through prj2make and hoping
for the best or making your case for Nant or something like Premake/
- - R. Tyler Balllance
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