lluis at ximian.com
Fri Jan 20 18:31:36 EST 2006
I've already been playing with this idea. In fact, if you open the
GladeService.cs file and uncomment all calls to RestoreLayout() and
SetDesignerLayout() you'll get just that behavior.
The problem is that switching between layouts (something like Eclipse's
perspectives) is right now a bit slow, and this makes it a bit anoying
to use. I don't know why it is so slow, it's something worth to profile.
El sáb, 21-01-2006 a las 01:19 +0200, Enver ALTIN escribió:
> 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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