[Mono-ue] Visual Studio Support
nitro52 at iinet.net.au
Mon Jan 5 04:13:54 UTC 2015
I've had a chance to play around with removing the Project Types from the csproj file. While this does allow me to open the project in visual studio I have noticed a couple of things that do not work properly
1. The generated input helper class in obj\Debug\MonoUE4\helpers\InputIniHelpers.g.cs is no longer included in the project. It does however get included when you build. This means using an action like InputAction.Jump appears as an error but the build still passes so it's not a huge issue.
2. Hot Reloading stops working. This would have to be the biggest killer. But I did some testing and as soon as I remove the ProjectType guids hot reloading stops working.
Guess I'm stuck with XS for now. It does the job but it's not quite the same experience.
From: Michael Hutchinson [mailto:m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 31 December 2014 8:01 PM
To: Ryan Burnham
Subject: Re: [Mono-ue] Visual Studio Support
No plans for a VS extension at the moment, though we could do it in future if there's sufficient interest. We targeted XS first since it's easier to write XS addins and we also wanted to support Mac.
XS does have a number of ReSharper's features though they're not all enabled out of the box, e.g. source analysis. My Evolve talk
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQWdRQTrHTQ) covers some of this.
You could also just remove the flavor GUIDs from the csproj files and you'll be able to open them in VS. You won't have any UnrealEd integration but editing and compilation should work.
On 30 December 2014 at 06:55, Ryan Burnham <nitro52 at iinet.net.au> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I’m not sure if this has been raised before, it would be nice to have
> a public forum we can post on. So I’ve just setup Mono For UE and got
> the Getting Started Guide working.
> The main thing I noticed though is it’s really hard to move away for
> C# development in Visual Studio with Resharper.
> Is there any way to open the project in Visual Studio instead of
> Xamarin Studio. I and I suspect a lot of C# developers would prefer
> this setup. Even if in the long run this required a Visual Studio
> plugin to be purchased I would defiantly be interested in that.
> What’s the plans here?
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Michael Hutchinson ~ https://mhut.ch
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