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[DotGNU]"Wikitexi", ildb (was Re: Developer wishlist)

From: S11001001
Subject: [DotGNU]"Wikitexi", ildb (was Re: Developer wishlist)
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2002 02:40:42 -0500
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Peter Minten wrote:
* Graphical debuggers for the languages (see footnote 1)
* Graphical widget builder (something like glade)
* Highlighted code (syntax accentuation)
* Easy costumization of the highlighting stuff (like glimmer has) so
that new languages can be highlighted too
* Help system (containing language reference, ecma specs, help on gui,
help on compiler option, etc)

How about documentation? There should be a tool to easily and collaboratively generate Texinfo documentation. (déja vu anyone? ;)

There are alot of notes on what you call the Developer on my old tasklist <>

1) Pnet doesn't have a debugger yet, but a debugger like gdb would

Not true, see pnet/ildb

Stephen Compall
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