[MonoDevelop] Re: Contribution solution
"Andrés G. Aragoneses"
knocte at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 08:36:44 EST 2005
> Andrés G. Aragoneses wrote:
>> I am just wondering some things about MonoDevelop. I see now that, if
>> anybody wants to compile MonoDevelop, he must do it with the
>> command-line. Is it possible to compile MonoDevelop with MonoDevelop
>> itself? If not, why? Because I suppose it is a desirable feature.
>> And I'm thinking that, if this future is available in the future, we
>> could ship an .MDS file along with the MonoDevelop releases which could
>> connect automatically with the SVN repository of MonoDevelop, so as to
>> make easier the contribution to the project (we could call it "the
>> contribution solution" and it could be located in the File menu).
>> Any more thoughts on this?
Abe Gillespie (abe.gillespie at gmail dot com) wrote:
> I believe core updates are now suppose to occur over the web with the
> new add-in manager interface. So I think what you're suggesting is
> not necessary.
I don't know why updates are related to what I said.
Anyway, thinking on the new Addin structure, I beleive that contributing
to the MonoDevelop core should be now not very necessary, but yes on the
Addins, above all with the MonoDevelop IDE Addin. So my question is now:
can the addins be compiled individually with MonoDevelop?
If not, why?
If yes, my suggestion now should be to provide a MonoDevelop
(SVN-Enabled) Solution for each Addin released with MonoDevelop.
Or perhaps I am wondering dumb things. Just let me know please.
Andrew [ knocte ]
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