69528Re: C# compiler plugin improvement
- May 11 9:24 AMThat is an option I think, yes. But in that case, I think that the current cs.vim should be improved to be able to use mcs (mono equivalent of csc) as well.--
On Sat, May 11, 2013 at 1:47 PM, Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> wrote:Why not make two new compiler plugins for this?
Chiel Tenbrinke wrote:
> The current C# compiler plugin, tries to compile the current file with
> `csc`, the microsoft C# compiler.
> This has two disadvantages.
> * It is not possible to compile the file with mono.
> * You can only compile single files, which is something you usually
> don't do in C#.
> I made an attempt to overcome these two problems, by calling
> `msbuild`, or `xbuild` (the mono equivalent of msbuild) instead. These
> programs will search for a project file in the current directory, and
> compile the entire project. The plugin file is attached. Could such a
> plugin be patched?
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