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    Completed tomasp Normal Medium 2.4

    Provide support for creating and compiling F# projects, with support for code completion, and a REPL pad.

    This has been implemented by an externally-developed addin, available at Functional Variations.

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    +1 here
    Posted 22:01, 20 Mar 2010
    +1, yes, this would be *really* good to have
    Posted 14:12, 23 Apr 2010
    I would really appreciate a language binding for F# as I'm convinced: Functional programming is the future!
    Posted 22:02, 27 Apr 2010
    +1, yes please.
    Posted 18:08, 26 May 2010
    +1 for it, F# would be a big plus for MonoDevelop, it's such a great language
    Posted 01:33, 31 May 2010
    +1, F# in MonoDevelop would make it a really good development platform.
    Posted 16:37, 31 May 2010
    +1, F# in MonoDevelop would be nice. I will have to look into the extensibility/plug-in model for MonoDevelop.
    Posted 05:54, 11 Jun 2010
    +1. Support for F# would be great. It would also put MonoDevelop ahead of Visual Studio since there isn't an "Express Edition" for F# yet. edited 13:28, 23 Jul 2010
    Posted 13:27, 23 Jul 2010
    +1
    Posted 19:21, 23 Jul 2010
    +1, I'd love to have this feature.
    Posted 02:26, 6 Aug 2010
    Yes, please. Pretty please. With a cherry on top.
    Posted 01:55, 16 Oct 2010
    +1 F# in MonoDevelop would be great.
    Posted 06:39, 28 Nov 2010
    Still pending? It's sad :(
    Posted 00:59, 5 Dec 2010
    Please provide support F# in NUnit projects.
    Posted 17:01, 15 Dec 2010
    FunctionalVariations addin is old and I have some troubles compiling / running it with latest versions of MonoDevelop. And F# Compiler aren't part of it, so I vote for including F# compiler & F# interactive & F# language binding in standard MD repository! F# is really "must-have" language to such a great IDE, as MD - it not only realize functional style of programming, but language-oriented too.
    Posted 12:21, 15 Mar 2012
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