The future of .NET, today. The .NET Compiler Platform

Posted by: MSDN: Coding4Fun, on 14 Apr 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I think today's project might be the ultimate Visual Studio extension. Welcome to the future....NET Compiler Platform ("Roslyn") (https://roslyn.codeplex.com/)Traditionally, compilers are black boxes -- source code goes in one end, magic happens in the middle, and object files or assemblies come out the other end. As compilers perform their magic, they build up deep understanding of the code they are processing, but that knowledge is unavailable to anyone but the compiler implementation wizards....

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