[Mono-dev] Eclipse CDT
cedricv at neonux.com
Mon Nov 27 18:34:06 EST 2006
Actually Eclipse is already a nice platform/IDE to develop on Mono under
There is several working C# plugins :
Improve C# (the most complete imho but not opensource) :
BlackSun : http://black-sun.sourcefore.net/
There is also another opensource C# plugin I can't remember of (starting
with "e" something... someone may cite it?) which is more and more becoming
a nice alternative to Improve C# plugin.
There is also plugins for other .NET languages, for instance booclipse for
the Boo language (really great language for the .NET CLR) :
And last but not least Eclipse can also run on top of Mono thanks to IKVM :)
[haven't tried it so I don't know if is stable and if there is any advantage
to do it though]
2006/11/27, pablosantosluac <pablosantosluac at terra.es>:
> Hi all,
> I just had the opportunity to take a look at Eclipse CDT: an extension to
> develop C/C++ code... Well, it looks really great, and it has an
> Debugger that makes it a real solution for Linux systems. In fact I've
> seen it running under Ubuntu and goes great... (well, it was an small
> project btw, I wonder whether it would work with a bigger one).
> I'm aware of the great job Lluis is doing with Monodevelop but, wouldn't
> be a good idea to have an extension for Eclipse? Wouldn't it be great for
> Mono being able to be an alternative platform for a very well known IDE??
> Taking into account the importance Eclipse is getting as an alternative
> to VStudio/Microsoft... I think it is worth a look...
> BTW (always the same question... :-P), how is the debugger going?
> Mono-devel-list mailing list
> Mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Mono-devel-list