Posted 18 years ago by Russell Mason

I've seen posts relating to an advanced C# parser you're using to test new features in version 4. Will this be available as an example when the new version is released so the rest of us can use it, or at least see how you're implemented different aspects?

Any more news you can share on v4?

Russell Mason

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Posted 18 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
Hi Russell,

We were briefly sidetracked making a brand new automated build/deploy process for all our products that generates .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 native builds and creates the installers as well. This is done and the new versions of our products are ready to deploy, but we will probably hold off for another week or so to get some more maintenance release tweaks in place.

Anyhow, in terms of v4.0, we are still figuring out what to do. One thing we are considering is making the "advanced" programmatic languages and related object models available in a separate assembly that you plug into SyntaxEditor. That would be provided free. Then we will offer the complete source code to those assemblies for a reasonable price. That way, you can customize the advanced language if you desire.

We probably also will try and throw together a simple programmatic parser example (with source) that comes with v4.0's sample project.

We're currently working on making quick info work in C# code files for when you mouse over types, namespaces, members, etc. It's looking good so far.

Actipro Software Support

The latest build of this product (v24.1.0) was released 4 months ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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