Thu, 8 Jan 2004 08:58:58 -0800 (PST)
There was an entry in Miguel's blog a few days ago
that addressed this issue. I found it interesting.
Here it is:
Also, I found that Monologue is a good read to get a
feel of where things are going in the Mono world. For
those of you that aren't familiar with it:
--- Sebastian <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Mono enthusiasts :)
> On Thu, Jan 08, 2004 at 12:08:38PM +0100, Marco
> Canini wrote:
> > So my request/suggestion is that MD should keep in
> contact with martin
> > to create a pluggable gui and a working debugger.
> This is also my experience of what is Mono's most
> lacking feature. As a
> development platform you just could not get away
> without a usable debugger
> with at least some basic features (breakpointing,
> backtrace, data
> inspection, single and method-level stepping). I
> tried getting Martin's
> debugger to work there times and everytime failed.
> Sure the 0.5 is just
> intended as unstable snapshot release only and might
> not compile against a
> stable release of Mono, but a debugger is the most
> important piece I missed
> (WriteLine-debugging just isn't as convenient ;)
> Even a simple gdb-like
> interface would do it. And also important to the
> developers that want to
> _use_ Mono, it should be shipped with the main mono
> releases, so it is
> installed in a default mono installation.
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