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?