Hello. There is bug #754. It relates to some Avalonia bug, but it looks like that it was fixed in 1.0.0-preview4. Should I create pull request to update dependencies version?
Hello everyone. Please take a look at this pull request (VitalElement/AvalonStudio.Shell#27). It fixes bindings in EditableTextBlock. After that AvalonStudio.Shell submodule should be updated in AvalonStudio to make items in solution explorer renamable.
Just stumbled accross this project whilst looking into avalonia! What an awesome achievement. Is it possible to get / find info as to the current status of this project? I understand from the avalonia website that dev is largely done in Rider or VS. Does this mean that this project is strategically "ditched" in favour of using those othet ide's? Or is it simply considered "complete" in scope and only accepting maintenance pr's? Or is it still actively evolving? Or perhaps its future is undecided? Many thanks!
in the early days of Avalonia this was my project for an embedded c/c++ ide with visualstudio like features but cross platform, later evolving to support avalonia with a xaml previewer and .net debugging
the underlying shell has been released as a library in itself and some projects are using it, but I no longer have the time to maintain the IDE
its waiting for someone to breath some new life into it :)
@danwalmsley hey, speaking of the shell and edit... are there any mappings/guides as to what they do? I'm asking because if I can figure it out, I might be able to help give Avalon Studio some life. I dunno... I still think that there's a decent place for a cross platform dotnet ide... that works, and has a decently easy to get free option.
I tried building on linux mint and ran into some problems, dotnet restore threw a bunch of errors the first of which was "error NU1103: Unable to find a stable package Dock.Avalonia.Themes.Metro with version (>= 0.10.0)"
I've not had a chance to properly chase this or any ofthe others down yet
but I'm currently looking for a FOSS .net ide/editor/debuger for C# and decided to give this a try
been using rider for a while and my open sorce licence just ran out, at teh same time as me throwing my open source project on the back burner/burning out a bit so I've not been updating the project lately
Does anyone know how can I get DPI information from Avalonia?