Re: ANNOUNCE: PonG 0.5 "4 just isn't prime enough"

--- George <jirka 5z com> wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 23, 2000 at 09:47:06AM -0600, Jamin
> Philip Gray wrote:
> > This sounds like a really incredible develeopment
> tool.  I'm
> > wondering, with the various development tools for
> the Gnome Project,
> > is there any plan to integrate them at all? 
> Either forming an IDE of
> > some sort or at least having them work together
> really well?
> This should integrate well with other tools
> actually.  All you need is to use
> a couple of function calls to you rprogram and edit
> the .pong file.  Now the
> IDE could have some automated logic of adding pong
> to you project and that
> would also be nice I guess.

We're actually looking into adding more functionality
into gIDE, and PonG seems like a nice thing to add.
We're trying to do most of the inter-operation using
bonobo though, so George, if you have a few minutes...
;-) At this moment the debugger and the editor are
already separate bonobo components.
Disclaimer: I haven't tried PonG yet, so I can't make
a real judgement.

> I think we definately need a well integrated IDE,
> and GNOME is somewhat
> lacking in this respect.  There are several IDEs and
> devel tools, but some of
> them overlap and don't integrate together at all.

True. But there are as many ideas about the 'perfect
IDE' as there are people... And many people want one
but few are actually willing to help implementing it.


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