Lluis just released the final version of MonoDevelop 2.6.
This release packs a lot of new features, some of my favorite features in this release are:
- Git support.
- It not only provides the regular source code control commands, it adds full support for the various Git idioms not available in our Subversion addin.
- Based on Java's JGit engine
- Ported to C# using db4Object's sharpen tool. Which Lluis updated significantly
- Logging and Blaming are built into the
- Mac support:
- Our fancy MonoMac support lets you build native Cocoa applications. If you have not jumped into this Steve Jobs Love Fest, you can get started with our built-in templates and our online API documentation.
- Native File Dialogs! We now use the operating system file dialogs, and we even used our own MonoMac bindings to get this done.
- You can also check my Mac/iOS-specific blog for more details.
- Unified editor for Gtk#, ASP.NET, MonoTouch and MonoDroid: we no longer have to track various forks of MonoDevelop, they have all converged into one tree.
The above is just a taste of the new features in MonoDevelop 2.6. There are many more nominate your own!
Congratulations to the MonoDevelop team on the great job they did!
And I want to thank everyone that contributed code to MonoDevelop, directly or indirectly to make this happen.