Under the hood

by cisterni 13. July 2008 20:14

I'm going crazy in refactoring and improving VSLab runtime. I'm trying to improve early design choices made while trying to find the right approach to implement it. This is important because the new package mechanism requires better design. I'm changing also core names and I've added a new VS command to be used to move as much code as possible into fsi.exe instead than into the VS addin. The FSIExec command allows F# functions to send a string to the F# interactive top-level for evaluation. This is a powerful form of meta-programming allowing F# code generating code fragments to be evaluated in the fashion of the eval function of dynamic languages.

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VSLab is a Visual Studio extension designed to support Visual Studio interaction from F# interactive. It is a Microsoft product developed at University of Pisa, by a team lead by Antonio Cisternino.

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