[MonoDevelop] Mono, MonoDevelop and other IDE's
Levi Bard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tue, 19 Oct 2004 11:48:23 -0400
On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 16:36:40 +0100, Alexandre Gomes
> 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
You are able to extend all of these via the AddIns interface. For
instance, look at CSharpBinding vs JavaBinding.
> 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.
I agree, and much of the framework is already there.