At our annual developer days in July we decided to switch from Subversion to git for our source control needs. Thus at the end of August, we moved to GitHub. Daniel performed the move, and he has details up on his blog. Not so surprisingly, this move brings you a new addin – a source control addin for git.
Matt is continuously improving IronPython and IronRuby support in SharpDevelop. For example, you now get code completion in IronPython for local variables, fields, events, properties and self. Additionally, there are templates for WPF and Silverlight.
Peter has implemented grouping support in SharpDevelop Reports.
Aside from bug fixes and lots of feature improvements, this Beta release also brings you project support for the .NET Client profile (it has been on our todo list for a long time).
In closing this announcement, we’d like to point you to ten years SharpDevelop as well as information about translations of SharpDevelop.
If you haven’t followed our Beta cycle for version 4.0 so far, then please peruse our past release announcements to see just how many new features made their way into the 4.0 release:
SharpDevelop 4.0 Beta 3
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