[MonoDevelop] Code completion issue

Rob Wilkens robwilkens at gmail.com
Tue Jan 16 19:56:46 EST 2007

Nevermind... I downloaded the SVN version and this seems to be working right
(or better, anyway).

What I noticed, but may have missed before, was that in an earlier SVN
version I tried it said that it was retrieving class information, maybe it
just had to finish updating its database and I missed the message the first


On 1/14/07, Rob Wilkens <robwilkens at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just started using MonoDevelop tonight (I'm honestly not sure how it
> compares to other mono IDEs for linux if there are any) .. So far, I like
> it.  However, I depend on a feature which i'm glad it has, but it doesn't
> seem to be complete.  If it's fixed in a new version, let me know and I'll
> see if I can compile it by hand if necessary.
> Specifically, inside of a GtkWindow class, there's a method called
> Destroy() which closes the window.  However, inside of the monodevelop code
> window if I type "this." and let the pop-up list of properties, methods, and
> events come up -- Destroy() is not listed.  However, if I manually type "
> this.Destroy()" it succesfully closes (destroys) the Window when the code
> is run.
> This is monodevelop 0.12, and I don't know how that compares to the
> current version (or if it is same), it's the current copy from Fedora Core
> 6.
> --
> Robert D. Wilkens
> http://RobWilkens.NET -  RobWilkens at gmail.com - 516-874-0579

Robert D. Wilkens
http://RobWilkens.NET -  RobWilkens at gmail.com - 516-874-0579
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