After yesterday's release of Mono 0.30 I finally had some time to look into what the guys have been up to with MonoDevelop (the port of the venerable SharpDevelop from Windows to Linux).
To my surprise, MonoDevelop is fairly advanced, and I was able to do all of my MonoDoc development on it today:
MonoDevelop with a fresh project for MonoDoc
I was improving the file format for our Index, as well as some touch ups to the collaborative framework in MonoDoc:
Here is what the collaborative documentation editor looks like now:
The MonoDoc embedded editor.
I have most of the anonymous method support written now. Now the time for debugging has come.
Posted on 03 Feb 2004