[MonoDevelop] New Patch to MonoDevelop.WebReference Addin

Luciano _ lnc19 at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 2 13:40:56 EST 2008

 Thanks Lluis, One off my comments was pointed by Michael, the other think that i disagree: * The project combo is not neededThis is needed: Sometimes You should reference the WebServices in a Library Project, and then this library could it be referenced by a main Exe project, the value should be stored in the main Exe Project, if you don't, you will have to add this url config to your appconfig at Exe project manually, and maintain this config key by hand. i've got a project of my own that it works like this. Are you sure that is not needed in this case? (This future isn't present at visual studio, in i do manually, so i guess it would be a cool future)Lucian0> Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 12:49:49 -0500> From: m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com> To: lluis at novell.com> CC: monodevelop-list at lists.ximian.com; lnc19 at hotmail.com> Subject: Re: [MonoDevelop] New Patch to MonoDevelop.WebReference Addin> > On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 11:40 AM, Lluis Sanchez Gual <lluis at novell.com> wrote:> > Some comments:> > * Use XmlElement.SetAttribute/GetAttribute to get/set attributes> > to an element.> > * Why are you using TextFile? you don't need it. You can directly> > load the file into the XmlDocument.> > IIRC I advised using TextFile, because it implements the> IEditableTextFile interface, which would make it easier to support> editing files that are open in MD (though that doesn't seem to be done> here). Also, it has safer write semantics.> > AspNetAppProject.cs has an example of editing web.config like this.> > > * this is not correct, it should be a type reference:> > new CodeVariableReferenceExpression ("System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager")> > * In the ChangeLog entry, specify the files that have changed. See> > how it is done in the previous entries.> > * The web service url entry at the top of the "Add Web Reference"> > dialog is not showing the url of the service.> > * When adding a web reference to a project, why does the user have> > to select a project for the app.config? it should be the same> > project.> > * The advanced section in the dialog has several issues:> > * Labels should be aligned to the left and end with a> > colon.> > * I think the text of the checkbox is very confusing. I> > would rather change it to "Read web service URL from> > app.config"> > * The project combo is not needed> > * I would group Namespace, the checkbox and the key entry> > in a "Web Service Proxy Options" section.> >> > Thanks!> > Lluis.> >> > El dc 26 de 11 de 2008 a les 01:49 +0000, en/na Luciano _ va escriure:> >> Lluis:> >> Sorry for the *Long Delay" i was a busy with other stuff.> >>> >> I attach the new patch with your suggestion. Let me know if you find> >> something else.> >>> >> Thanks> >> Lucian0> > -- > Michael Hutchinson> http://mjhutchinson.com> _______________________________________________> Monodevelop-list mailing list> Monodevelop-list at lists.ximian.com> http://lists.ximian.com/mailman/listinfo/monodevelop-list
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