[MonoDevelop] Mono, MonoDevelop and other IDE's
Rafael Teixeira <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tue, 19 Oct 2004 13:09:52 -0200
I used Anjuta for some time, but I would not invest much time on that.
Just making MonoDevelop better is surely a better goal to put your
time on. As for the debugger thing what Anjuta has is only a native
one, it surely doesn't understand managed code. Ours debugger for
managed code is being revamped to get back into MD, just wait a bit,
On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 15:39:54 +0100, Alexandre Gomes
> I'm studing the option of to add support for Mono projects in Anjuta. It is
> as mature IDE to many languages but mainly C, C++ with Gnome in mind. It
> uses Scintilla as the source hightlight system that support more than 30
> languages and C# included (but not 100% supported). The best thing I saw in
> Anjuta is that it is very close to VS since it have highligh,
> autocompletation, project management, CVS support and the most significant
> is "in-IDE" debugging.
> When I studied the code of Anjunta I think that monodevelop should provide
> most of its functions as components enabling us to create another
> "monodevelop" that best fit our needs as well as use that components to
> quickly integrate the functions in other IDEs.
> what do you think?
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Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
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