[MonoDevelop] New Task List patch - preview

Iñigo Illán kodeport at terra.es
Thu Aug 31 10:20:45 EDT 2006

Hi there!

Some question. It's this solution extensible? Or do we want it to be
extensible? I imagine to have some integration of this with bugzilla for
example. I have been searching for seeing if bugzilla exports some web
service but it seems it doesn't. Does anybody think this could be


El mié, 30-08-2006 a las 21:01 +0200, David Makovský (Yakeen) escribió:
> Hi all,
> after some time I worked again on new Task List implementation, here is
> preview patch. I would appreciate comments on code, gui and
> functionality.
> Basic description what is done:
> There is new Task List option in preferences where you can setup tokens
> for aggregating tasks from comments (eg. //TODO: do something) and
> Choosing colors for priorities highlighting.
> Next we have new Task List pad ("old" one is renamed to "Errors List")
> and this one have an toolbar with combo to switch between "generated"
> tasks and user tasks.
> User Tasks are interactively editable, you can set three values -
> priority, completion, description. Priority causes color highlighting of
> tasks. These tasks are stored in userprefs file of main solution.
> Generated tasks are filled when files are parsed (this patch ads support
> for C#, as I know VB has this, other languages are unknown to me, but
> filling ICompilationUnit.TagComments when parsing will do the trick...).
> Collected data are stored in pidb files together with last valid Tokens
> that was used for parsing. Hopefully all situations when you change your
> tokens are handled well, I tried to prevent unnecessary re-parsing, but
> for first time you have to :)
> Generated Tasks have no priority highlighting yet, but it is on my TODO
> for future.
> So let me know what is your experience.
> Regards,
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