[MonoDevelop] Visual Studio Web Project
m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Wed Aug 29 16:47:19 EDT 2007
On 8/29/07, Patrick Barry <drpatrickbarry at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am attempting to import a large visual studio 2005 website and I
> would like to clarify a couple of issues.
> Project File
> A visual studio 2005 website does not have a project file so I have
> created an empty class project in Monodevelop and added all of the
> files from the website to it, is this the correct thing to do?
Yes, VS2005 import doesn't work fro web apps yet. A Web Application
project would have been better, but this support needs to be compiled
> Partial Classes
> I am missing all of the aspx/ascx/master page control declarations
> that are created in the temporary files that are created by Visual
> Studio. I can manually create all of the declarations it would be a
> bit of a pain though. Also it would cause problems if I tried to
> compile the project with Visual Studio as it would then find duplicate
Well, if you're developing it "Web Site" style you only need the
declarations for code completion. MonoDevelop can't do this yet.
However, the app will run; they're generated by the ASP.NET compiler
on the web server (including xsp2).
If you do it "Web Application" style so that all the CodeBehind is
compiled before deployment, then either you or the IDE would need to
add these control declaration. MonoDevelop *can* automatically do this
either with or without partial classes if you use a Web Project,
although you'd need to create the partial classes yourself at the
moment; it would just add the members.
You're correct in thinking that you would get duplicate declaration
conflicts with VS2005' Web Site model, but you could just not add
these partial classes to the VS project... or use the Web Application
addin for VS.
> But I suppose I could get around this by declaring a
> CodeFileBaseClass along the lines of:
> <%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="test.aspx.cs"
> Inherits="test" CodeFileBaseClass="MyBase"%>
I'm not quite sure what you mean by this.
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