[antlr-interest] [stringtemplate-interest] Latest C# Binaries/Source
nvivo.misc at gmail.com
Sat Jul 3 10:53:37 PDT 2010
I was sleeping when I posted this yesterday, now that I'm awake I
noticed what I did... I was actually talking about ANTLR, not
StringTemplate, and got the mailing lists confused. =) But I guess the
question and the version matches for both projects .
Although both projects are open source, it is hard to follow the
development and help due to lack of access to the trunk sources, we need
to wait until people with access zip it and post to a mailing list. I
have never worked with perforce... I know the client is available
freely, but I don't see any instruction on how to connect to the server.
The access through the browser repository is hardly adequate to follow
the development, and the link to CBS is broken for a long time.
I know the developers prefer perforce for some reason (although there
are services today that provide really good tools, like github or
assembla), but couldn't we have a git or subversion repository in sync
to allow the users to follow the development? This would help us with
the testing and probably make things more dynamic for developers as well.
On 3/7/2010 00:20, Dustin A. Lambert wrote:
> I've been using the latest version Sam posted and have found it to be
> much more stable than the 3.1 version.
> I do agree that it needs to be more accessible though. I did find
> some bugs under Mono that I never have had time to resolve...
> Dustin Lambert
> On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 10:50 PM, Natan <nvivo.misc at gmail.com
> <mailto:nvivo.misc at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Since you were talking about that, I was wondering, how is the
> development of the 3.2 C# port going? Is it still active?
> I think that if you made the snapshots available in the main
> download page (like the C port has), probably more people would be
> I remember I tried to use it when you posted, but it was too
> unstable and wouldn't even create compilable code, and since I was
> working on something I had to put in production, I decided to just
> go back to the previous version and get the work done...
> I plan to get back to develop some tools with antlr, and would be
> nice to try it again if a new version is available.
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