[Mono-osx] [PREVIEW] Continuum 0.2 - a native OS-X IDE for Mono
thom at union.waw.pl
Thu Feb 26 07:48:24 EST 2009
It looks great. As many others says, MonoDevelop is not OS X native app
and is very buggy - maybe later it will be good project, after some
integrations... Currently, I use Visual Studio on VMware and compile it
from make files on OS X side.
Main feature, that I want to have in Continuum is IntelliSense - I can't
work without this :) Set this to priority number one! :)
Keep good work,
Dnia 26 Lutego 2009, 09:56, Cz, Jesse Jones napisał(a):
> I've uploaded a preview of the Continuum IDE binary to
> <http://code.google.com/p/continuum-ide/>. It should work on both PPC
> and Intel (thanks to help from Duane Wandless) with OS 10.5 and Mono
> 2.2 or later. Here are a couple of screen shots:
> It is a preview and not a formal release so there are still some rough
> edges and a few features I'd like to get in before a real release. But
> I think it is definitely useable and much nicer for C# work than XCode
> or BBEdit. Not sure about MonoDevelop since I have never been able to
> get it to work on my PPC Mac.
> Here's a partial feature list:
> * A flexible plugin based architecture.
> * Customizable regex based syntax highlighting.
> * Support for showing make and gmcs build errors.
> * An sqlite database containing information about the types in
> each project's assemblies and the assemblies they reference.
> * Context commands which operate on the selection using the
> database such as show short form or show derived classes.
> * Flexible regex based searching of single files or directories.
> * Customizable scripts to change selections.
> * Customizable scripts to refactor C# code.
> * Basic integrated svn support.
> * Basic integrated file system support.
> -- Jesse
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