>>> Maurizio Colucci <seguso.forever@...> seems to think that:
>Are there any plans for a C# support? THe current C# mode for emacs is
>buggy (so buggy that it can't indent properly and doesn't recognize
>all the keywords!), and the author won't reply to emails...
There is a C# mode on sourceforge (CSDE?) which has a semantic 1.4
>As you probably know, the C# language is slowly taking place in the
>linux world. This language, similar to java, has huge advantage over
>C++ and Java. Now, it's finally usable on linux, thanks to the mono
>project, but the lack of a working C# mode which can do indenting is
>An ad-hoc environment, called SharpDevelop, is about to be ported to
>linux, and it will feature smart listing of members (which pops up as
>soon as you press the dot! Touche:-)), completion, visual editing, and
>so on. It would be too bad if emacs stayed behind.
>The C# grammar is freely available at ECMA, since the language was
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Semantic 2.0 (in CVS) has bison->semantic porting script, and a bison
like parser generator which will make adding a pre-written grammar
In the end, it will require someone who likes and uses C# to do the
port. Help is available on these mailing lists if you would like to
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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