[MonoDevelop] Source view ideas.
Jason Tucker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tue, 12 Apr 2005 15:57:50 -0400
Gotcha, I'm still getting my head wrapped around some of the other
tools in the mono toolset (i.e. gapi2) since i'm a web developer that
is experimenting with winforms.
I was mostly approaching this from a purely managed solution point
instead of wrapping something and thus increasing the dependency
On Apr 12, 2005 3:22 PM, Christian Hergert <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am very discouraged with gtksourceview. But what i did there was more
> or less just for practice with gapi2. Im actually working on my own
> managed source editor for gtk# using a highly modified .net sinkworld
> ~ chris
> On Apr 12, 2005, at 8:34 AM, Jason Tucker wrote:
> > I saw Christian Hergert
> > (http://blogs.dronelabs.com/chris/archives/2005/04/
> > gtk_and_scintil.html)
> > has been discouraged with gtksourceview and I've seen a few people on
> > the list ( or somewhere, I can't remember since i'm typing this in a
> > meeting that I"m not really interested in ) talking about redoing MD's
> > code editor. I stumbled across this from some blog and was wondering
> > if anyone has seen it and possibly investigated it's use into MD.
> > http://blogs.wdevs.com/leppie/gallery/211.aspx
> > It's called xacc (XML Attributed Compiler Compiler) and it looks
> > usable. Written in purely managed code. I've downloaded the source but
> > haven't checked to see if it compiles in mono or tried to compile to
> > see what error's out.
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