m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Thu Dec 15 09:54:58 EST 2005
On 28/09/05, Jeroen Zwartepoorte <jeroen.zwartepoorte at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well you don't need extensions for this. Since VfsNodeView uses
> gnome-vfs, any servers you are connected to in Nautilus (sftp:, ftp:,
> webdav: etc) will automatically show up in the VfsNodeView. MD
> probably needs to be changed internally so it uses gnome-vfs to open
> (remote) files.
I know this reply is a little late, but is this likely to happen in
MonoDevelop? It would be great to have gnome-vfs support when editing
ASP.NET files. I'm not familiar with how Monodevelop opens files, but
as far as I can see its architecture does not easily allow for this
kind of thing yet, as it expects views to do their own loading and
saving. Abstracting this out into an extensible loading/saving service
seems like a good idea to me, and a major API addition like this would
be better to have sooner than later, so that all the editing views can
build on it.
I mention this as I'm looking into porting the ASP.NET graphical
designer into MonoDevelop, and currently it opens files itself. BTW,
don't get your expectations up, anyone, as it won't happen for a least
a month or two with all the academic work I have ATM.
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