I’ve released version 1.1.1 of Tree Surgeon. Its just a small update from version 1.1 to include the latest version of NUnit.
In terms of future work on Tree Surgeon, the biggest update would be to support .NET 2 / Visual Studio 2005. I still haven’t done much work in .NET 2, but I’m hoping one of my colleagues at ThoughtWorks will help out here. I’m also still thinking exactly how this would work in terms of whether we should we generate trees that will build in both .NET 1.1 and .NET 2. For the first cut, I’m thinking not, and the user would just pick .NET 1.1 / Visual Studio 2003 or .NET 2 / Visual Studio 2005.
I’d also like to support projects that will build in Mono (I’d like if possible to still use .csproj files as the definition of how to compile though.)
Finally on the list is being able to generate different types of projects, make it easier for people to customise the template, that kind of thing. As usual though, time is lacking…