Home > Mono > MonoDevelop 0.10 ReleasedMonoDevelop 0.10 Released Submitted by marpaco 2006-04-05 Mono 15 CommentsThe Mono team has just released the latest version of the Mono integrated development environment, MonoDevelop 0.10. This new relase introduces the Gtk# designer (screenshot), refactoring operations, printing support, and more. About The Author Thom HolwerdaFollow me on Twitter @thomholwerda 15 Comments 2006-04-05 6:03 pm EmilI fail. Maybe this time it will be different. Mono guys should release official LiveCD with all tools/libs/IDEs set up by them, with documentation in place. Now I have to fiddle and pray that current off-the-repo version would “work-as-adv”.It would ease my pain with digging around new releases not to mention I could carry CD and show it to my C#/.NET programming friends. 2006-04-05 6:39 pm MatzeBhttp://mono-live.com/maybe? 2006-04-05 6:39 pm smitty_one_eachas Visual Studio.Now: can we integrate emacs as the editor? 2006-04-05 6:55 pm simodoes windows.forms work yet, the fc3 and fc4 rpm’s from novell don’t, how about the ones in fedora5? 2006-04-05 7:01 pm theorzMono develop is starting to look pretty good. All they need now is some integrated debugging support and they will have a killer app on their hands. 2006-04-05 7:18 pm krausestDoes it offer support for generics (or is there any schedule for that)? 2006-04-05 7:49 pm BryanFeeneyMono 1.2 will have it, it’s due to be released around June I think. More here: http://www.mono-project.com/Mono_Project_Roadmap#Mono_1.2 2006-04-05 7:20 pm aquila_deusIf they complete refactorying and add runtime code analysis…. hmmmm… 2006-04-05 8:24 pm snowflakeDoes stetic support free form GUI layout, ie with out the use of formal layout managers? Something like the way VS NET, Delphi and VB handle visual design. 2006-04-05 11:19 pm Chicken BloodDoes stetic support free form GUI layout, ie with out the use of formal layout managers? Something like the way VS NET, Delphi and VB handle visual design.”I’m sure it does. That’s the easy way to do GUI layout with absolute positioning, etc. I think nearly all GUI designers/toolkits provide this.Of course it’s totally unportable.Edited 2006-04-05 23:20 2006-04-06 2:30 am abhaysahaiMajor features I like1) Support for System.Winforms ( coming in mono 1.2 )2) Banshee music player.3) Fspot photo manager.4) The best desktop search Beagle5) Tomboy desktop notes.6) nGallery – the “managed” image galary.7) Integrated support to postgreSQL and MySQL databases.8) Embeded support to XML.I like mono to such an extent that I have changed my desktop from KDE to GNOME. I know that we have a port of many GTK# applications in KDE too, but still lack many apps like monodevelop itself.I hope some fine day qt# will be production ready and I can try KDE again. Till then it is Gnome Ubuntu all the way for me. 2006-04-06 10:15 am Soulbender“2) Banshee music player.3) Fspot photo manager.4) The best desktop search Beagle5) Tomboy desktop notes.6) nGallery – the “managed” image galary.”These arent Mono features though. 2006-04-06 3:07 am kozoi installed the binary and it installed fine, but i cannot install any mono apps. i already manually exported my mono home and still. can someone help me? 2006-04-06 6:09 am Andre4sMono is fun! 2006-04-06 6:18 am siskaTaking a look at freshport I can’t find monodevelop.Actually mono 18.104.22.168_1 is on the ports.Hope it will be added soon.