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

Jonathan Pobst monkey at jpobst.com
Wed Jan 25 03:21:32 UTC 2012

The MonoDevelop team contributes to NRefactory 5, which provides pretty 
much exactly the same functionality as Roslyn for C#.

This will power the MonoDevelop C# support in a future version.



On 1/24/2012 9:54 AM, JochenHuck wrote:
> 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.)
> Thanks,
> Jochen
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