Am importing a Windows evaluation .ova virtual appliance as I type, because a user elsewhere requested me of pro bono Microsoft Windows support. The Edi IDE is something we can perhaps give a miss. Checking out the project website shows not the project being defunct, but the entire Codeplex project management platform by Microsoft closing down. Codeplex accompanied me briefly over several years, in essence any project that shows up on Codeplex is mostly good in terms of academic or personal home use.
Yet, in terms of commercial purposes, Visual Studio as an IDE these days is already a lacklustre branding. Perhaps, without Xamarin and Mono keeping a substantial portion of the .NET community interested, Visual Studio as a development platform itself lacks the punch, much lesser projects inspired by .Net. If you simply must do .Net development on Bodhi Linux, imho Atom, Xamarin, Visual Studio Code are some environments that come to mind more prominently the past year. I personally liked Facebook Nuclide very much, but did not find it commercially profitable.