This is nice indeed.
On 9 Jul 2009, at 20:28, Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
this is great.
On Jul 9, 2009, at 11:56 AM, Erik Doernenburg wrote:
> Thanks for making this tool available. I've fixed a few bugs that
> prevented me from using it on a couple of larger C# 3.0 codebases.
> The code, including the fixes, is now also in the following
> Bitbucket repository; if you are interested:
> By the way, the "parser" is extremely slow, especially on large
> classes. At first I thought the tool had gone into an endless loop
> but it just took its time.
> On 3 Jun 2009, at 22:54, Michele Lanza wrote:
>> Just a brief announcement: a student project here in Lugano
>> resulted in a parser for C# systems. It's written in C# and
>> therefore only runs on Windows. The nice thing is it exports to
>> mse which can then be loaded into Moose. Experiments with it have
>> proven it actually works, even for larger systems, despite the
>> shaky nature of the whole project (too little time). You can find
>> the tool here:
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