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monodevelop-list.1.tracyanne at spamgourmet.com monodevelop-list.1.tracyanne at spamgourmet.com
Fri Feb 24 18:24:30 EST 2006

El sáb, 25-02-2006 a las 08:19 +1000,
monodevelop-list.1.tracyanne at spamgourmet.com escribió:
> Thanks Lluis, what sort of timeline are we looking at until there is a
> functional GUI designer in MonoDevelop? I don't have a lot of free time,
> but if there is anything I can do to help, I would be happy to do so.
> Testing, documentation spring to mind, perhaps debuging.

My plan is to commit to SVN next week, leave maybe two weeks for testing
and do an MD release. Some features will probably be missing, such as a
menu editor, but other than that it should be quite functional.

> regards
> Tracy Barlow
> On Fri, 2006-02-24 at 18:39 +0100, Lluis Sanchez - monodevelop-list.1.tracyanne at spamgourmet.com
> wrote:
> > El vie, 24-02-2006 a las 07:34 +1000,
> > monodevelop-list.1.tracyanne at spamgourmet.com escribió:
> > > What's the story on this? Can one use Glade-3 with Monodevelop, and if
> > > so how? or do we wait until the integrated GUI designer is released with
> > > Monodevelop?
> > 
> > The story is the following:
> > 
> > When the first Glade-3 development snapshot was released some months
> > ago, it looked like a good chance to integrate a GUI designer in
> > MonoDevelop. Glade-3 provided, for the first time, a set of widgets
> > which could be easily integrated into an application like MD. Moreover,
> > the development of Stetic (the GUI designer specially designed for Mono)
> > was stopped since Dan (the maintainer) had to move to another Novell
> > project. That's why the glade-3 integration work started.
> > 
> > However, after doing the main integration work, it became clear that
> > Glade-3 fell a bit short of functionality (in its current development
> > status) for what we want to achieve with MonoDevelop. So, given the fact
> > that I'll have to spend time hacking on a GUI designer in order to match
> > the needs of MD, I prefer hacking on Stetic rather than on Glade-3. So
> > that's what I've been doing the last weeks. I plan to commit the new
> > integrated designer next week.
> > 
> > To summarize: MonoDevelop will have its own GUI designer (based on
> > Stetic). There won't be Glade-3 integration (unless somebody else wants
> > to continue the work for some reason).
> > 
> > Lluis.
> > 
> > 

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