binary.method at gmail.com
Sun May 11 23:45:20 EDT 2008
Thanks for the feedback. I apologize for the Leopard only
requirement. I was never able to grasp the concept of release/retain,
but I know GC, so I made it GC style. Unfortunately it cuts out users
like yourself from using the application.
Actually, you can see monop style output by opening the info pane.
For example, check out -> http://www.binarymethod.com/files/TypeRefleX3.swf
As for the open source Cocoa# app. I'm afraid I don't have the
patience to try converting it from ObjC to Mono.
If anyone wants the source (it's in ObjC) you can get it here
or if you just wanna view it
On May 11, 2008, at 11:32 PM, Chuck Esterbrook wrote:
> On Sat, May 10, 2008 at 6:45 AM, Tim Davis <binary.method at gmail.com>
>> Not sure if I'm allowed to post this here, but I just got done
>> creating a
>> small app called TypeRefleX. It's a .NET assembly reflection tool
>> for OS X.
>> Technically it creates the reflection data from the output of
>> monodocer, but
>> it's still useful if you need to look up types or methods or whatnot.
>> Although it's written in 100% ObjC I figure since it was made for
>> the Mono
>> developer I should post it here for you to try out.
>> Bugs can be reported to binary.god at gmail.com until I get a built in
>> Thanks for your help.
> I can't play with it as I haven't upgraded to Leopard yet, but it
> looks like a nice program.
> I often use monop at the command line which has the nice property of
> showing me full type sigs for all members at once. For example, try
> "monop System.DateTime". It might be nice if I could see monop[-style]
> output when double clicking a type in TypeRefleX.
> Now that you've figured out the UI , it would be interesting to see
> this as an open source Cocoa# application.
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