[MonoDevelop] ChangeLogAddIn

Lluis Sanchez lluis at ximian.com
Wed Dec 14 07:01:32 EST 2005


You should avoid depending on MonoDevelop.SourceEditor. You can insert
text to the editor by casting document.Content to IEditableTextBuffer,
which is independent from the editor, so if the editor changes in the
future your add-in will work without changes.

Other than that, it's ok to me.


El lun, 05-12-2005 a las 22:22 +0100, Jacob Ilsø Christensen escribió:
> Hi.
> I have written a small ChangeLogAddIn. The current functionality is to
> add a new entry to a ChangeLog file.
> It is invoked from the Edit menu and will only work if the currently
> open file is a ChangeLog file.
> The name and email used can be configured via the preferences as
> usual.
> Will someone try it out and let me know if this is something I can
> commit?
> I plan to add these things later:
> * Make the preferences section a bit more pretty (gotta read up on
> some gtk...) and follow the style of the other MonoDevelop preference
> sections.
> * Check the ChangeLog via mimetypes instead of just filename.
> * Make it possible to select a number of files in the solution
> explorer and when clicking Add ChangeLog Entry those files will be
> added as well (with the correct path relative to the ChangeLog being
> added to).
> * Integration with the VersionControl AddIn. Clicking Add ChangeLog
> Entry will create an entry in the currently open ChangeLog file and
> add file entries for each modified file in the same directory and
> subdirectories of the ChangeLog file.
> Sounds like something we could use?
> The patch file works as usual. The .tar.gz file should be unpacked in
> the root dir of MonoDevelop.
> /Jacob
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