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Joel on Software
A new .NET Language
I would like to design and implement a 'language' that will operate in the .NET world.
Check out "codedom"
According to Amazon, that book was published in February. It looks like it's out of print though, as there's a 4-6 week delay on delivery.
Steve Jones (UK)
On the amazon.co.uk site, it says Feb.1. However, on amazon.com and apress.com, it says May 17th.
For your output, the name you probably need to be looking for is the .NET namespace "System.Reflection.Emit" - if I'm not mistaken, both the MS.NET and Mono C# compilers use this namespace to output their IL. I've used it myself to code what amounts to an IL enhancer project, but it's extremely full-featured and not really that bad to learn. Also, it's most certainly superior to the direct-to-post-parsed style created by the CodeDom, not the least since it gives you access to every feature of the .NET Framework.
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