cybermans wijst ons op de release van MonoDevelop 0.2. Dit programma stelt je in staat om op een Linux-computer met Gnome programmatuur in .NET en C# te ontwikkelen. De 0.2-versie kenmerkt zich door de volgende release notes:
- Beta Debugger Integration
This release contains the first preview of the embedded gui debugger for MonoDevelop. It is currently very beta, and known to be a bit buggy, but is coming along nicely. It requires the Mono Debugger version 0.6 to be installed. Currently the Debugger requires NPTL so this feature is optional.
- Monodoc Integration
You can now browse your installed Monodoc documentation through MonoDevelop. Currently the support is fairly limited, however there is work underway to incorporate at a lower level for documentation on demand.
- Code Completion
The Control+Space keybinding has been implemented now. This means you can turn off code completion, and use Control+Space to bring it up on demand. If there is only one viable match, the text will just be filled in appropriately.
Pieces of the improved parser from SharpDevelop have been factored into this release. This allows for better parsing, and incorporates fixes to allow System. to list types and namespaces.
- Class Browser
Numerous class browser bugs have been fixed, making the class browser far more useful. As well, a GTK+ 2.4 issue has been solved, so the class browser (and MonoDevelop) should work fine with GTK+ 2.2 or 2.4. Embedded HTML viewer
The embedded html viewer now detects when an html file is loaded, and will allow side by side displaying of the html as you type.
- Java project support
MonoDevelop now supports Java projects, and compiling/running them. There is no parser support (so no code completion), and it is largely untested.