RE: [antlr-interest] Re: Managed to compile under .Net !!
- This would help me too. The whole rest of the project ( 10 to 20 developers) is in C#. It is
Getting the sun java install out of the build/release chain would simplify a lot.
--- Andrew Deren <andrew@...> wrote:
> I was also able to use J# to generate Tool.exe file for .NET__________________________________
> As Tom mentioned, there was only one change needed, which it seems Microsoft
> team missed from their java library implementation.
> There are quite a few warnings, but I used the .NET tool for couple of my
> projects and works same as java version.
> I don't know about a legal issue, but I think it would be good if antlr
> would provide .NET version of tool. Especially for people who only use the
> C# version (me). It's easier to integrate into VS and is only one 500K
> executable file.
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- At 2003-07-15 21:14 +1000, Robert Colquhoun wrote:
>At 08:54 AM 15/07/2003 +0100, Pete Forman wrote:Ouch.
> >Not true. Here's a simple example of it working.
>And here is another example:
>[of dependency management not working]
>Things get worse as soon as interfaces, Class.forName(), reflection, customYes indeed.
>class loaders etc start getting used.
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