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Adam Crossland [PersonRank 1]

Friday, September 2, 2005
11 years ago

I use SharpDevelop on a laptop that is too old and under-powered to host Visual Studio, and while I have had the occasional crash, I have also been able to use it for long periods of time, doing some non-trivial C# development work. So, I'm surprised to hear that you've had such difficulty. For what it's worth, I'm using XP Home and .NET 1.1.

Danny Taggart [PersonRank 0]

11 years ago #

SharpDevelop blows. Two reasons:

1. it wipes out code without any warning. for exmple, changing the type of a variable, say, a textbox. this resulted in the textbox being erased from the form, along with the code. unbelievable.

2. no debugger. wow.

Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

11 years ago #

I will report whether or not I'm more successful at the second computer I try it. Both WinXP/SP2 though. Good to know Adam that SharpDevelop indeed can be used for longer times without crashing.

Miel [PersonRank 4]

11 years ago #

Microsoft has also some free tools that you can use to develop applications and websites.

lab.msdn.microsoft.com/express ...

One of the things lacking is the ability to work with multiple projects in a solution.

So said Casual Jim in the comments to the post in which I linked this entry.

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