Thanks for your mail! In the mean time I hacked together a simple export using Roslyn and it more or less did what I needed.
So I don't have any immediate need but I will certainly keep it in mind in the future!
From: Thomas Haug [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 6:00 PM
To: Johan Fabry <Johan@raincode.com>
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Subject: Re: [Moose-dev] Re: C# importer ?
you might take a look at my famix generator for IL code:
At the moment I am using Microsoft CCI but I have also begun to use Roslyn to generate Famix models.
During the upcoming weeks I will release a new version of the generator and my other tool (also change the license to that everything can be also used for commerical
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 10:07 AM, Johan Fabry <Johan@raincode.com> wrote:
Thanks for the reply! In the mean time I have been looking at using Roslyn: the .NET reflection API's,
to make a XML dump of the structure of the code. I am almost there so I will keep going this route.
Now I can write a basic class structure with simple call information, and it's only 160 LOC of C# code.
But the thing is that parsing is not enough, I also want the semantic analysis that gives type information (argument types, receiver type) and I don’t want to write that myself. Roslyn is supposed to give me that as well so I am investigating that now.
Now, Mono.Cecil also does name resolution but sometimes I encountered limitations with it hence I would also support that you go for a solution provided by MS.
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Sorry for the late reply.
I worked on a C# (MSIL) importer a few years back while I was working in Inria.
This parser was based on Mono project and a library Mono.Cecil that provides API to access MSIL.
The importer I wrote was able to extract the basic information required to create FAMIX model (Classes,
Namespaces, methods, attributes, invocations, accesses, params).
I think it might also have started to extract Generics but that part might not be complete. I didn't rewrite
FAME/FAMIX for C# but used a library to transform FAME/FAMIX in Java to C#.
That meant that I could reuse the meta-model + MSE import/export from existing code.
But I haven't been able to work on it since 6 years now. But if you are interested, you may have a look
here at the code here:
One day when I get some time I would like to replace Mono.Cecil with Microsoft's parser that has been opensourced
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