[Mono-list] MonoDevelop 1.0 released
igor at ubuntu.org.ni
Fri Mar 14 15:51:12 EDT 2008
Wooohooo!!!, thanks!, where is the party?
On 3/14/08, Lluis Sanchez <lluis at ximian.com> wrote:
> The MonoDevelop team is proud to announce the release of MonoDevelop 1.0.
> MonoDevelop is a GNOME IDE primarily designed for C# and other .NET
> languages. MonoDevelop enables developers to quickly write desktop and
> ASP.NET Web applications on Linux and Mac OS X. MonoDevelop makes it
> easy for developers to port .NET applications created with Visual Studio
> to Linux and Mac OS X and to maintain a single code base for all three
> The main features of MonoDevelop are:
> * Customizable workbench, including custom key bindings, custom
> layouts, and external tools.
> * Support for several languages: C#, VB.NET and C/C++, with Boo
> and Java (IKVM) are available as separate add-ins.
> * Support for code completion and type information tooltips.
> * Refactoring operations to simplify changes like renaming types
> and type members, encapsulating fields, overriding methods, or
> implementing interfaces.
> * Code navigation operations such as jumping to variable
> definitions and finding derived classes.
> * Easy to use GUI designer for GTK# applications, also supporting
> the creation and management of custom GTK# widget libraries.
> * Integrated source code version control, with support for
> * Integrated unit testing based on NUnit.
> * Support for ASP.NET projects, allowing web projects can be built
> and tested on XSP.
> * Integrated database explorer and editor (beta).
> * Integration with Monodoc, to provide documentation about
> * Support for makefiles, both generation and synchronization.
> * Support for Microsoft Visual Studio project formats.
> * Packaging system that allows generating tarballs, source code
> and binary packages.
> * Command line tools for building and managing projects.
> * Support for localization projects.
> * Extensible add-in architecture.
> Please see the MonoDevelop 1.0 announcement page  for a detailed
> description of the features included in this release.
> Many thanks to everybody that made possible this release.
> The MonoDevelop Team.
>  http://www.monodevelop.com/MonoDevelop_1.0_Released
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