[MonoDevelop] Web References AddIn Alpha Release

Matej Urbas matej.urbas at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 17:27:19 EDT 2006

Hi, Gideon!

I've tried it out (with your w3schools example), and it worked
perfectly! This add-in of yours certainly rocks!

I can only congratulate you!

Just a little bug hint (if you don't mind): when I tried to erase the
web reference it didn't disappear, and when I tried to erase it again an
exception was thrown.

Other than that, thank you for such a good add-in!


On Wed, 2006-08-09 at 16:59 -0400, Gideon de Swardt wrote:
> Hi All
> Please find attached the alpha release of the Web References AddIn. It
> supports the functionality to add, delete and update web references into
> any dot net project. Please play with this AddIn and let me know what
> you think, bugs that you found, enhancement suggestions etc.
> Here is a list of things that still needs to be done:
>       * Add SSL support for the Browser control in the Add Web Reference
>         Dialog.
>       * Refresh the "Web References" node when a web reference has been
>         deleted.
>       * Add a ProjectReference for System.Web.Services to the project if
>         it does not currently contain a reference. This is required to
>         successfully compile the project.
>       * Check that the project options for the Runtime Version is set to
>         "2.0", if it is set to "1.1" ask the user whether or not to
>         switch to "2.0" automatically. The project build will fail if
>         the Runtime is set to 1.1. Do not add the web reference if the
>         user chooses to keep the runtime version 1.1.
>       * Allow Web Reference items to be renamed once it has been
>         generated
>       * Add copy, cut and paste functionality (clipboard) to copy/move
>         web references to any other project.
> Regards
> Gideon de Swardt
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