[MonoDevelop] Request for Mission Statement
Sat, 10 Jan 2004 13:10:47 -0500
I'd agree with this. It's important to have users on all platforms be
able to develop using the same tool. I would think it should run on
.NET as well as Mono, and ultimately support GTK#, WinForms, and SWT#
development if the latter pans out.
Authors who write books about .NET could do this with a Mono focus and
bundle everything including the IDE with the package. They can then
take their skills to Linux whenever they desire.
On Sat, 2004-01-10 at 12:58, Jonathan Darrer wrote:
> >From: jasper <email@example.com>
> >Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2004 20:12:29 +0100
> >Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> >> * Today the IDE is a simple IDE and on Unix does not do GUI design
> >>(that is limited to SharpDevelop), but we want to add
> >> a GUI designer, and I know Ximian wants to have someone doing
> >> this.
> >> Before MonoDevelop, we were thinking `standalone', but now
> >> it makes sense to integrate.
> >Are you considering porting Glade to c# or will it be more like the forms
> >designer in SharpDevelop and Visual studio.net?
> Along side this question is: Will the IDE support S.W.F design? Todd, you
> were suggesting that MonoDevelop would be targeted at "Everyone who might
> need an IDE." With respect to GUI design, is that simply within a Gtk#
> context? Are Windows designers potential end-users?
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