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  • adding my own .net runtime versions...

    hi guys, i am really impressed with your ide... it bridges the gap for me to write c# while i am not a student and im not in edu or science... im running the most current version from your download page "5.0". the topic pretty much tells what im looking for... the most current .net sdk is 4...
    Posted to Forum by OliverLeitner on 05-18-2017
  • Target Framework by Platform/Configuration

    I am writing a library of which I would like to provide versions for various versions of the .NET Framework, say, a .NET 2.0 version and a .NET 4.0 version. In project files, this seems to be possible by putting the target framework into a conditional PropertyGroup. However, this conditional setting...
    Posted to Forum by Neb Ikhet Ipet on 01-19-2016
  • Conversion from VB6 to C sharp

    Hi We want to convert our VB6 code to Csharp. 1) I want to know if SharpDevelop can do that? or Anyother opensource tool which will do this conversion 2) Alternate, we plan to convert Vb6 to (using microsoft upgrade tool) and then use sharpdevelop to convert to C Sharp Please let me know...
    Posted to Forum by VNM on 08-25-2011
  • cmbx to VS2005

    For quite a while now, and thank you for such a great UDE , I have been programming in .NET 1.1 using SharpDevelop 1.1. Fortuitously, I have landed a great job, but my new employer requires using VS2005. I have much code that will need to be converted not only to .NET 2.0, but also from cmbx to sln....
    Posted to Forum by DMBTools on 07-29-2007
  • Upgrading existing .NET 1.1 projects to .NET 2.0 - MSBuild (MSB4041) error

    I'm working steadily through my 1.1 projects using SharpDevelop 2.1 to convert them to .NET 2.0. I'm on a fresh new computer and only have .NET 2.0 installed. I've managed to convert and build several projects smoothly but I'm getting an obscure error with two of them like this: The default XML namespace...
    Posted to Forum by David Mann on 05-05-2007
  • Re: #D 3.0 - Dropping NAnt Support: Why?

    To put it in different words: When MonoDevelop forked off in the far distant past - far before #D 1.0 - a number of key features was completely different from what they are now: the core was different, the AddIn loading mechanism was different etc. besides this, Namespaces in MonoDevelop have drastically...
    Posted to Forum by BernhardSpuida on 04-09-2007
  • Re: just wondering about code completion

    Shukaido: In that case, jsdev, whaddaya say we get together on the potential "universal" ccdb addin... where you can define your own code completion stuff, and at least do the coding in SD by defining the keywords, and syntax stuff to be read in... I like the idea... and, if possible, maybe we can add...
    Posted to Forum by jsdev on 03-27-2007
  • Re: just wondering about code completion

    Is there a way to make a code completion database for any arbitrary programming language? The solutions I see are: knowing the code completion database format and then users making their own ccdb by whatever means - manual or programmed making an add-in for quick indexing and conversion of ccdb's of...
    Posted to Forum by jsdev on 03-25-2007
  • Re: in linux

    Yes, you can - however the Visual Basic implementation of mono is not complete yet, so some features will not work. For more information please refer to the status page of the mono VB projec t. Also please note that #develop itself will not run on Linux. You can use monodevelop instead, which is a fork...
    Posted to Forum by BernhardSpuida on 11-04-2006
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