[MonoDevelop] Mono, MonoDevelop and other IDE's
Tue, 19 Oct 2004 16:36:40 +0100
The way I think is:
-The project management tree handling the project tree and the templates
-The source editor with sintax highlight and auto completation
-The compiler/make creator
And some intefaces to "connect" them. This way there could be a more
flexible design in the way we could even choose which "project management"
component to use. As an example one could have svn support, other cvs
support and even another with sourcesafe support. This ways there could be
much more people working in their skills as well as more sub projects. We
can't forget that Linux is loved by his diversity of choise.
>From: Levi Bard <email@example.com>
>Reply-To: Levi Bard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: [MonoDevelop] Mono, MonoDevelop and other IDE's
>Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 11:20:51 -0400
>Anjuta's a pretty good IDE, but its development has been somewhat
>stagnant for quite some time.
>On the other hand, we probably can derive a great deal of benefit from
>flexible/extensible design - such as the AddIns API for MonoDevelop.
>Monodevelop-list mailing list
MSN Messenger: converse com os seus amigos online.