Saturday, June 09, 2007

Nauman Leghari's on IronPython, GLEE, Cecil and More (Graphs)

Nauman Leghari blogged recently on IronPython and Cecil:

"Cecil is a library written by Jb Evain to generate and inspect programs and libraries in the ECMA CIL format. It has full support for generics, and support some debugging symbol format. In simple English, with Cecil, you can load existing managed assemblies, browse all the contained types, modify them on the fly and save back to the disk the modified assembly."

He has followed thes up with:
GLEE is a .NET tool for graph layout and viewing. It has been developed in Microsoft Research.

and then:

As I said in the last post, the output from Microsoft GLEE looked but not ideal and as the method tree gets bigger with more relationships, the diagram gets out of control. Disappointed with that, my further search takes me to the Netron Project, which is a diagramming and graph layout toolkit for Microsoft .NET Framework.

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