[tomboy-list] MonoDevelop Solution
sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 06:25:21 PST 2007
I just added support for `make run` in Tomboy. Basically that means
you can open up MD, hit F5, and it will build and run your uninstalled
Tomboy. And of course you can just type `make run` at the command
line, too. ;-)
On 3/11/07, Sanford Armstrong <sanfordarmstrong at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> I just added a basic MonoDevelop solution to SVN trunk. It will
> require MonoDevelop >= 0.13, and for all I know it also requires
> addins for Makefile integration, SVN, and ChangeLog editing (but I
> haven't tested on any installation but mine, so who knows?).
> It "boasts" the following features:
> * Includes all non-generated *.cs files in Tomboy/ and Tomboy/Plugins.
> * Integration with `make all` and `make clean` when you choose "Build
> Solution" or "Clean Solution" in MD.
> * C# build errors and warnings show up in the MD "Error List" pane. Very cool.
> * If you have the SVN and ChangeLog add-ins installed, you'll
> understand how incredibly useful this is. See Lluis' recent blog post
> . It is so great, and works for your whole working copy, not just
> files in the MD solution/project.
> * Code completion. 'Nuff said.
> Features you might miss:
> * No other integration with makefiles. MD has the ability to sync its
> project files/resources/references according to the contents of
> makefiles, but it doesn't seem to work too great with the way Tomboy's
> makefiles are organized. I'm weak in autotools so I'll let someone
> else address this. :-)
> * I didn't bother adding dbus-sharp/*.cs or panel-applet/*.cs because
> I don't need them. If you think they're useful please update the
> * Can't run uninstalled Tomboy from MD. This would be really easy if
> we added `make run` support to our makefiles.
> Please mess around with this, update it, whatever. It's obviously not
> the supported way to hack on Tomboy, but with any luck it will be
> useful. And not eat your dog/steal your boyfriend/insert dirty
> limericks into your ChangeLog entries.
>  http://foodformonkeys.blogspot.com/2007/02/more-on-monodevelop-work.html
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