Category Archives: Mono

JavaScript compiler go ahead…

Today, I have fixed thanks to my new unit tests 3 major bugs in the compiler. I guess now that my tokenizer (lexer) is bug free (else than regular expression which is not finished) I have done a small sample … Continue reading

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mono winforms

As many knows, it is the last part of mono which need to be implement to have a full support of the MS framework .NET 2.0. If you read the class status page of Mono, you will see that we … Continue reading

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Compiler moonlight

Ok, So I have worked on the new jscript compiler for moonlight for 2 months. And I have now a clear idea of how it worked and what is the MS system. The JScript compiler use standard pattern as lexer … Continue reading

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cool t-shirt!

I have received this week end my t-shirt of Mono. I have ask to miguel to send me one and received it quickly. I am so happy than I have wear it at my job under my shirt 😉 See … Continue reading

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Lunar eclipse

This is the name of the new xaml designer for moonlight. It will replace the MS Expression Blend for mac and linux where blend does not work… Congratulation to Alan for this work. Alan is the father of MonoTorrent and … Continue reading

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MONO 1.2.5 released !!!

Mono have just released the 1.2.5. This new version bring a pack of things as usual… Dynamic language runtime (DLR) which is the big part of moonlight. the C# 3.0 features (minus query expression of LINQ): Type inference: the “var” … Continue reading

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managed web browser

A discution have started today about doing a managed web browser. Advantage : Cross plateform browser Can be used in dotnet without wraping a unmanaged class Can be funny 😉 Disadvantage: Reinvent the weel Far from the goal of mono … Continue reading

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