[Mono-dev] Has Mono an equivalent to the Microsoft Roslyn API?

JochenHuck jochen.huck at gmx.de
Tue Jan 24 15:54:00 UTC 2012

I need something like the Mircosoft Roslyn API
(http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-en/roslyn) to do static source code analysis.
Since the Roslyn API is just a developer preview I wanted to know whether
Mono offers similar features as the Roslyn API (since Mono has a C# compiler
written in C# and the Roslyn API is a C# compiler API I thought this would
be possible).

I am especially interested in syntax trees, semantic analysis (binding),
dataflow and controlflow features (to answer questions like: which variables
are read in this basic block, etc.)


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