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Re: [DotGNU]dotGNU vs .NET A complete solution?

From: Gopal.V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]dotGNU vs .NET A complete solution?
Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 14:01:56 +0530
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If memory serves me right, Norbert Bollow wrote:
> Mike Kr├╝ger <address@hidden> has such a development
> project, it's called SharpDevelop.  I would encourage you to
> hook up with him.

        SharpDevelop is a C# only development kit as I understood.
(I haven't downloaded it ,since I cannot run it). It stands no
chance against the VS .NET stuff. 

        But for C# development, it provides all the introspection you'll
ever need.

> This is yet another reason to move forward as quickly as
> possible in pnet and pnetlib development.
        Even with pnet & pnetlib in place -- we will face the challenge
of the UI parts .

> Agreed.  And as a matter of fact, I think that our goal should
> be to make our IDE better than Microsoft's.
        VS has somethings called Visual SourceSafe which is CVS like.
AFAIK, KDevelop has CVS support (add,commit,remove) and has all
the stuff a Win32 programmer is familiar with. Morover it works
right now off my box. (and is GPL).

        It supports AutoMake and AutoConf has GDB support and has 
a *lot* of introspection for C/C++. It has a documentation browser
builtin and  has a click based commit/update CVS access. All we need
is put C# in.

> I think it's a good name, but "SharpDevelop" is even better.

        Sorry, Norbert this doesn't come to the idea of the DGDE.
This will help Pnet and not the rest of DotGNU. Modding KDevelop
for C# will prevent duplication of a *lot* of work. And it comes
with almost all KDE'd distros.

        Also KDevelop being GPL'd causes no problems -- and it is 
almost what VS 6 does right *now*.

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