[MonoDevelop] want to work on some refactoring TODOs

Nieve nievegoor at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 22:09:51 UTC 2012

Hi Alan,
I've been already told I should look into this branch, but unfortunately I
get a very bizarre error message when trying to build the MonoDevelop
solution (on any branch) saying "Error: The system cannot find the file
specified (MonoDevelop.Gettext)". I probably done something wrong on my
first build.
I would have loved to start working with the new branch, but if I can't
build and therefore manually test it... I should try to ask for help on the
list, but it should be so obvious, bleh, I'm babbling.

Thanks anyway for the advice,

On 19 February 2012 18:08, Alan <alan.mcgovern at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> If you are working on this sort of thing I'd highly recommend you base all
> your work on the 'newresolver' branch in the MonoDevelop git repository.
> This branch contains a completely different type system which will replace
> the current one in MonoDevelop once it stabilises a bit more. As such, any
> work based on the current type system will be wasted effort.
> Alan
> On 19 February 2012 12:50, Nieve <nievegoor at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Mansheng,
>> I've started working a few weeks ago on a refactoring add-in. It's in its
>> very early days, so don't expect miracles, but you can have a look into it;
>> it'd be nice to centralise all refactoring efforts into one repo.
>> My work can be found here- https://github.com/nieve/Stereo
>> Hello, I want to work on these TODOs:
>>> Refactoring Operations:
>>>     C#: Reorder parameters
>>>     C#: Introduce parameter
>>>     C#: Remove parameter
>>> Is there anyone working on these?
>>> Mansheng
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