Re: [users@lists.monobjc.net] [ANN] Monobjc 3.0.1352.0 Release

2011-03-18 Thread Fabian Kropp
Hi , sadly i can't get the suggested serach and replace patern to work with Monodevelop 2.4, how did you create that pattern and how is it supposed to be used ? I am pretty sure you mention this somewhere, but looks like i am too stupid to find ... thx in advance Fabian Am 17.03.2011

Re: [users@lists.monobjc.net] [ANN] Monobjc 3.0.1352.0 Release

2011-03-18 Thread Laurent Etiemble
Hello, The Search/Replace regular expressions can be in MonoDevelop 2.4 by selecting Project Replace in Files. You can also use the Refactor Create Instance Variable menu available when right-clicking on the class declaration. Give a name and a type, it will produce the code. Regards, Laurent

Re: [users@lists.monobjc.net] [ANN] Monobjc 3.0.1352.0 Release

2011-03-18 Thread Fabian Kropp
Am 18.03.2011 um 16:58 schrieb Laurent Etiemble: Hello, The Search/Replace regular expressions can be in MonoDevelop 2.4 by selecting Project Replace in Files. That is what i had tried, it didn't find any matches :-( this works - more or less - can't get the newline in ...

Re: [users@lists.monobjc.net] [ANN] Monobjc 3.0.1352.0 Release

2011-03-18 Thread Laurent Etiemble
Hello, After reading my notes again, it appears that the regexp was made under Visual Studio. I have updated the tutorial page with a regexp that works under MonoDevelop 2.4. I was unable to produce line breaks, but after Edit Format Format Document the source code is nice. Search:

Re: [users@lists.monobjc.net] [ANN] Monobjc 3.0.1352.0 Release

2011-03-17 Thread Bastien Hofmann
Hello, Thank you for this new release, it seems great! I'm trying to convert my project to it, a lot of things seem to have changed, for example, I can't find the NSFileHandlingPanelOKButton constant. Am I missing it, or as it been replaced with something else? Laurent Etiemble a écrit :

Re: [users@lists.monobjc.net] [ANN] Monobjc 3.0.1352.0 Release

2011-03-17 Thread Laurent Etiemble
Hello, It seems that the constant has been swallowed by the new generator. As the NSFileHandlingPanelOKButton is equivalent to NSOKButton, you can use NSPanel.NSOKButton instead. For migration issues, there is an on-progress tutorial that lists the changes