[MonoDevelop] Some question for the Nemerle add-in
lluis at ximian.com
Mon May 29 16:41:04 EDT 2006
El dl 29 de 05 del 2006 a les 20:49 +0200, en/na Alejandro Serrano va
> >> 1. How can I get the Monodoc information shown as in C# and VB bindings?
> > If the documentation is properly registered in Monodoc, it should be
> > shown by code completion. This is unrelated to language bindings,
> > information is only shown for assemblies.
> I don't mean showing Monodoc tab, but showing the information C# and VB
> bindings show in completion window, about the member selected from the
> list in each moment.
This is also what I mean. MonoDevelop takes this documentation from
Monodoc. If your classes are properly documented in Monodoc, the
documentation should be shown in the code completion window.
> >> 3. Finally, the use of Stetic in Nemerle. When I first add a window,
> >> the .n file is correctly generated. However, when I clic the window in
> >> the tree view to show the designer, it shows me a box asking for a file,
> >> and when I click OK, it creates a .cs file (in C#). However, I've
> >> checked that a generated.n file is correctly generated. Is this a
> >> problem of the Stetic add-in or a Nemerle add-in problem?
> > This might be a problem in the stetic add-in, I'll review it. In any
> > case, to fully support the Stetic designer you'll need to implement an
> > IRefactorer interface for Nemerle (you can also subclass BaseRefactorer,
> > which is a default implementation of IRefactorer).
> I implemented most of the methods in
> Extras/NemerleBinding/Parser/CodeGeneration.cs, where BaseRefactorer is
> subclassed. The problem, however, seems to be that Stetic add-in is
> looking for a .cs file instead of allowing any kind of file. I've
> haven't looked into Stetic add-in codebase though, so this is just my view.
I'll take a look on this.
> Thanks for the help,
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