[MonoDevelop] Patch to make project's custom commands more similar to the external tools in the IDE

Lluis Sanchez lluis at ximian.com
Wed Aug 1 10:47:20 EDT 2007

El dt 31 de 07 del 2007 a les 20:50 -0500, en/na Marcos Marín va
> In the IDE you can create external tools where you can specify the
> command, arguments and the working directory. Additionally you can use
> variables such as ${ProjectDir} etc. and there is a nice button to
> suggest possible variables. 
> When you create a custom command for a project you only get to specify
> the command and you can't specify the working dir nor use variables.
> This patch makes the custom commands similar to the external tools in
> that you can specify command, arguments, working dir (defaults to
> project's base dir) and you can use variables plus it adds buttons to
> suggest available variables. 
> Is it okay to commit?

I see you added a separate entry for the arguments. I like the idea of
using the same entry for the command and the arguments, it saves space
and it is more like what we use to run commands in a terminal. Other
than that, the patch looks ok.


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