[Gtk-sharp-list] fully portable IDE with GTK
cendrizzi at gmail.com
Sat Nov 19 15:09:51 EST 2005
Do you know about glade marko? It's a nice interface designer make for gnome
As touched on, Luis is taking glade (the third version) and integrating it
into monodevelop. While this si going to be nice and more friendly
(especially with code generation to make it fully integrated), it's still ok
using glade seperatley and referencing the glade files in monodevelop.
As I understand there is also another GUI creator specifically for mono
called stetic in development (it produces glade XML stuff but is fully
written in c# and made just for mono development IIRC). As I understand the
integration with glade 3 will be the first step, then when ready stetic will
become the way it's done.
On a side note, I for one was surprised that glade 3 was being integrated
first, does that mean that stetic is just taking a long time or is it
underdeveloped right now?? I'm sure it's not easy to make a UI designer like
that so please don't take that as a jab if it is in full development right
On 11/19/05, Marko Zmak <xmak at studioartlan.com> wrote:
> Is there any IDE for C# that is using GTK instead of Windows.Forms?
> I think that this is one of the things that's missing for Mono, and C#
> programs to be really portable. Yes, of course I can writte programs
> using Windows.Forms (since Mono supports it), but everybody suggests to
> use GTK instead. And also on several places I've heard that
> Windows.Forms will never be fully functional in Mono. But without a
> propper GUI developement tool, it's a little hard to switch all the
> programs to GTK.
> For now I use SharpDevelop, and I'm quite satisfied with it, but I
> haven't heard about an IDE that's allows the usage of GTK (in a form of
> WYSIWYG editor). Does anyone know if such thing exists, or will exist in
> near future?
> Marko Žmak, dipl.ing.mat.
> Mob: +385 98 212 801
> Email: xmak at studioartlan.com
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