Discussion in 'Scripting' started by JacobPennock, Mar 19, 2012.
I've heard that Visual Studio is coming to Mac soon.
are you kidding? or is this real? that would be great news if so.
although whilst still another payout for an asset. this seems to address many many things that i have been looking for
I've tried this, and it feels nice
Not kidding! But I got the news from a friend, without a reference.
I've found this though: Microsoft Visual Studio and .NET coming to Mac and Linux
ITPro, 13 Nov, 2014:
The systems will be open-sourced, allowing everyone to access the development tools
Microsoft has announced its Visual Studio and .NET development tools will be available for Linux and Mac OS as the firm continues to push ahead with its cross-platform strategy.
utter... sweet... balls
im only happy because it will replace MONODEVELOP, i won't use it for anything else but UNITY
I can't see anything about VS on OS X in the original quote from S. Somasegar.
Support for iOS doesn't imply VS working on Mac. It could be still compiled at OS X build server.
And cross-platform .NET doesn't require cross-platform VS either.
Indeed, mister Somasegar only promises .NET for OS X, which doesn't mandate VS.
Let's just hope that he's smart enough to covet the growing community of Mac developers, and maybe that's what he means by:
Visual Studio Code for MAC and LINUX!!
I created a separate thread here:
is that full on visual studio, that will support the Visual Studio tools for unity for debbuging unity and others plugins like resharper though?
Nope, that's more like a wannabe-sublime version of Visual Studio (might be cool though, I didn't try it out).
i tested it, its debugger wont work with unity like the unityVS one, and dosnt support extensions
at least is it a good code editor? do we have good news for people who have a mac?
btw, this is a "preview" version. expect some quirks.
Try to edit your .bash_profile and add below:
Seems like the Sublime Text omnisharp plugin is looking for a developer/maintainer if anybody is interested.