[Mono-list] About intellisense, mono, emacs

Maurizio Colucci seguso.forever@tin.it
Fri, 18 Apr 2003 11:45:15 +0200

On Thursday 17 April 2003 21:16, Jonathan Pryor wrote:
> If only it were that simple...
> The closest "match" to a C header file is the assembly, which is also
> the closest match to a C shared library. :-)
> So in principal what you're asking has a simple answer: use
> Ssytem.Reflection to list all the classes, members, properties, etc.,
> and add these to some data structure.

Thanks a lot for your reply, but...

In Emacs Lisp, how the hell do I use System.Reflection? :-P

AFAIK, Emacs plugins can only be programmed in C and in Lisp...

Semantic Bovinator is a parser/lexer for emacs, written in C and
callable in lisp. If you supply a C# grammar, we have a C# parser in
emacs. This would allow us to show the members for classes written by
us, but not for the framework classes...