ealtin at parkyeri.com
Fri Jan 20 18:19:55 EST 2006
I /had to/ switch to Windows a while ago and I had to change my
development environment quite a bit to fit better to the needs of the
project I'm working on, that is, mostly a Java/J2EE project.
So, I'm on Eclipse for about 2 months and I'm quite happy with it. Now I
was looking at Monologue and noticed screenshots of Lluis' wonderful
Glade-3/Monodevelop integration work. Thanks Lluis!
Screenshots look very good except for one thing. There are too many dock
windows. I haven't tried to get it working myself yet, so I guess these
Glade-3 related dock windows don't get hidden automatically when I
switch to editing a .cs file.
I guess some ideas from the perspective concept used by Eclipse can help
a little bit. I mean, when I switch to editing a glade file, glade docks
would be displayed and when I switch back to editing a regular file,
they would disappear.
Do you think it's worth taking a look at?
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