[MonoDevelop] Random questions to adjust MD
philippe.elsass at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 16:25:24 EDT 2010
Ok found reformater rules thanks, fantastic how detailed they are - I
was expecting it in the Preferences.
When I type "Ob" the completion list shows "Object" selected, but then
press Enter I don't get "Object" completed and a newline is inserted.
For the UI I understand this is GTK so the controls set will
definitely be foreign. Instead of Eclipse I would mention Netbeans or
Komodo Edit which look less foreign (and even somewhat nice) under Mac
and I feel it's a question of colors/icons tweaking (and native
scrollbars even if I'm not found of Mac's ones).
Anyway in general MD is looking definitely decent :)
Note: running regular MD 2.4
On Tue, Nov 2, 2010 at 8:52 PM, IBBoard <ibboard at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll comment on what I know in-line.
> On 02/11/10 19:38, Elsass Philippe wrote:
>> 2. Where can I edit reformater rules?
> I don't know when it was introduced (I've been using the bleeding-edge
> Git builds for too long now) but in the Dev tree then there are
> formatting rules under Edit > Default Policies, then Source Code > Code
> Formatting > C# source code, then the "C# Format" tab on Linux.
> Mike has done a great job with extending it to be more powerful, and
> I've been trying my own fixes in my own branch:)
>> 3. I'd like to insert the completion list token on Enter keypress too
>> - is it possible?
> Which completion list tokens? If I type "Ob" and hit Enter then I
> already get "Object" auto-completed. If you mean templates (like
> Console.Write) then I've got a re-opened 'bug' ticket about it at
>> 4. Are there plans to improve the UI to look better under Mac/Win? I
>> don't want to hurt anyone's feelings or be flamed but there is really
>> room for improvement.
> What kind of improvements? MD uses GTK, which can have multiple
> different themes. On Windows then you'd normally choose something like
> Wimp (IIRC) for the theme to look like native Windows. Personally, I
> prefer the MD look over VS.Net, but a bit of Eclipse flexibility
> wouldn't harm :)
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