Wednesday, October 19, 2011

[C# and Language] Compiler as a Service (CaaS)
Roslyn CTP released

Microsoft announces the release of its Roslyn CTP, the first example of the implementation of CaaS (Compiler as a Service) that I presented some time ago. This release marks a significant step to how Microsoft thinks of compilers. The C# and VB compilers are no longer black boxes.  All that rich information about code is now exposed as an object model that can be easily consumed. In addition, Microsoft has released a preview of the first-ever Interactive window for C# that contains full IDE support, including IntelliSense and even automatically detecting missing using directives.

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