Hello, I am interested in your community effort to revive monodevelop as dotdevelop. I tried to compile the new dotdevelop_oe_8.6 branch on my ubuntu 20.04 system, but I get the following error during compilation:
Xwt.GtkBackend/CustomListModel.cs(65,24): error CS0506: 'CustomListModel.Dispose()': cannot override inherited member 'Object.Dispose()' because it is not marked virtual, abstract, or override [/home/david/dotdevelop/main/external/xwt/Xwt.Gtk/Xwt.Gtk.csproj]
steps as recommended in README:
git clone -b dotdevelop_oe_8.6 https://github.com/dotdevelop/dotdevelop.git
gtk-sharp3and then install
Well, I think it's time to have my own little sunset of MonoDevelop. I'd like to say a huge thanks to everyone who's been involved in it (I recognise a good few names from this chat), it's been my go-to IDE for over a decade now. But, as the last of my OSS projects have migrated to .NET Core, I really have to let MonoDevelop go in favour of VS Code on GNU/Linux. I just had a look at DotDevelop and it doesn't seem to have gained enough traction to be useful right now. It's been a great run with MD all the same.
@lytico I have to put it on github at some point and anything that is worthwhile to you, you're more than welcome to. It has been a few weeks since I last opened it up. I will let you know when I have gotten around to adding the project to github.
@lextm Ok thank you! I thought it was still open just wasn't sure if anything had changed in regards to its open-ness lol.
As i said above ill post again when i get to uploading my code, idk if it will work with what you guys are doing, I doubt my skills are on the same level lol. It was a toss up between making my own IDE or OS, so I took what I thought to be the simpler route first. Not so simple hahah.