[MonoDevelop] Django Support
john at yeticode.co.uk
Mon Aug 24 05:46:54 EDT 2009
Its stable in that it doesn't crash or chew up loads of memory. There is
one issue with it in that one you start running a project there is no
way to stop it, the python2.x process runs independent of monodevelop,
which is likely to cause problems if a project is run multiple time.
As en editor it works fine. So if you don't think the above is going to
be an issue then put it in.
As for a seperate plugin for django, sounds like a good idea.
John Tindell<john at yeticode.co.uk>
On 08/24/2009 10:17 AM, Christian Hergert wrote:
> Great work!
> Our feature freeze is this week for 2.2. Are you comfortable with the
> code and its stability for putting into the feature freeze? Is there
> anything missing? Or should we wait until after the branch for 2.2?
> My immediate thought is that we should look at making a new plugin
> that is centered around django support (and it would build off the
> python addin).
> Also, I have a decently large commit for adding some of the features
> we discussed last week. So after I get that committed I'll look at
> this deeper and get it merged in.
> And for the lurkers, this will include better python completion:
> -- Christian
> On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 1:46 AM, John Tindell<john at yeticode.co.uk> wrote:
>> Ok I have changed it so the code templates are loaded from resources(opposed
>> to messing around with copying them across). I have also added an options
>> panel to the project options to allow the ip and port for the test server to
>> run on. There is also the ability to add new django apps to a projects app
>> folder by using the right click menu -> Add -> Add New Django Application.
>> This creates the same file structure as performing "python manage.py
>> startapp [appname]"
>> John Tindell<john at yeticode.co.uk>
>> Development Log
>> Running Blog
>> Monodevelop-list mailing list
>> Monodevelop-list at lists.ximian.com
More information about the Monodevelop-list