[MonoDevelop] ASP.NET AddIn
Gideon de Swardt
gdeswardt1978 at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Mar 15 12:29:33 EST 2006
> I was planning to get onto this at some point, but haven't started. At
> the moment I'm rewriting aspnetedit's toolbox and property browser to
> make them more robust and general-purpose, and suitable for
> MonoDevelop integration. I haven't been making much progress, as I've
> been busy with academic work.
> If you want to get involved that would be absolutely fantastic --
> anything you do, I won't have to :). If you need any pointers w.r.t
> aspnetedit just ask, and I'll be happy to help.
> The best place to start would probably be ASP.NET project support and
> the XSP integration, as these will definately be needed for the visual
I was especially interested in the XSP integration with MD piece, and it
makes perfect sense for me to start with the ASP.NET Project support and
XSP integration. I realize this will be a big ask for me, since I have
not developed a MD AddIn before, but I am confident enough that I will
get up to speed. I have decided to start porting the ResourceEditor from
SharpDevelop just to give me an understanding of MD framework, before I
get my teeth stuck into ASP.NET support.
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