[MonoDevelop] Planning MonoDevelop 1.0

Lluis Sanchez lluis at ximian.com
Thu Nov 23 06:56:47 EST 2006

El dj 23 de 11 del 2006 a les 00:41 +0000, en/na Michael Hutchinson va
> On 11/22/06, "Andrés G. Aragoneses [ knocte ]" <knocte at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >       * ASP.NET support: I don't know if this add-in can be mature
> > >         enough for the 1.0 release. I'll need input on that (which
> > >         features could we release? would the add-in be really useful for
> > >         real world web projects?).
> >
> > What about creating WebService projects?
> Web services can be created right now -- there's a Web Service file
> template that can be added to Web Application projects.
> I think that the basic ASP.NET support is most of the way there, and
> can certainly be polished enough for the release. It should then be
> usable for real-world projects.
> Things that *need* doing for AspNetAddIn are, IMO,
>   * Handling referenced assemblies, i.e. web.config (medium)
>   * Checks for XSP before trying to run it (easy)
>   * Web deployment (medium, code mostly done for this, but *requires*
> core changes)
>   * Icons (easy, time-consuming)
>   * Handle "special folders" (easy/medium, some code done)
> I probably will be able to handle these myself, 

It would be awesome if you can finish all this.

> except getting the
> deployment changes into core (Lluis?).

Let's see if I can review this week the deployment changes.

> Things I would quite like to do, but most likely won't have time for:
>  * Text editor toolbox support, for ASP.NET/HTML snippets (easy/medium).
>  * Special folders for ASP.NET 2.0, incl App_Code etc (medium).
>  * CodeBehind tabs at the bottom of windows, but this will involve
> some fairly complicated changes to get it working reliably, including
> changes to Core (medium/hard).
>  * Allow launching site in different browsers (easy).
>  * Some additional templates, e.g. web service project (easy)
>  * Live parsing of Web Forms to push member declarations into
> CodeBehind (this already is done at compile time, so probably not too
> hard).
> Anything beyond this, especially stabilising the Visual Designer and
> making it properly useful, probably cannot be achieved in this
> timeframe, at least by me.

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