[Mono-list] IDE developing .net applications
austin at tradelogic.com
Fri Jan 26 11:44:23 EST 2007
[Quote]> Does SharpDevelop have much in the way of Gtk# support?[/Quote]
It supports building anything that mono will build, so in that regard,
yes. But I dont know about the designer support. I just build in
WinForms for Mono and so far I have not been able to get the
SharpDevelop designer for that working. I do find that an unintended
benefit of being forced to not use a designer is that my coding skills
have improved overall in regards to manually or dynamically designing
Google has a bunch of good info on sharpdevelop and GTK#
On 1/26/07, Adam Tauno Williams <adam at morrison-ind.com> wrote:
> > Mono-Develop is ok
> I find Monodevelop to be pretty good.
> > but kind of a pain to work with, in my experience.
> It can be; occasionally code completion stops working in the editor and
> when you build your project it frequently doesn't catch the messages so
> you have to look at the Build Output tab rather than the errors/warnings
> tab and navigate to the errors yourself. Those are the two things I've
> noticed. Otherwise recent versions are very stable; it is certainly
> the best solution if you don't run Windows. The included Stetic
> designer for Gtk# is quite nice as well.
> > VS 2005 is good but automatically inserts a bunch of code that doesnt
> > get along well with mono, so that stuff just has to be deleted.
> > SharpDevelop has been the best option for me so far. I have few
> > problems with it and it does everything I need it to.
> Does SharpDevelop have much in the way of Gtk# support?
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