After reading Wikipedia, I kind of understand what is a yylexer. However, I am still going on my own lexer. I am sure if I keep refactoring down the road, I may achieve something similar to a standard yylexer.
I have used Mauro’s library to handle unhandled exceptions for years. However, lately I decided to improve my usage and added some advanced features such as sending exception logs to my mail box so that I can collect and analyse them.
(CSDN Oct 16, 2006)
What is Alex? It is just AStyle AddIn for SharpDevelop version 1.0. Because I am now using SD 2.1, this version solely for that.
Today must be my lucky day
. Now I am happy to announce that my MIB parser hits the first milestone. All 70 Net-SNMP bundled MIB files can be successfully parsed by it. So #SNMP is ready to provide users a MIB tree that contains all basic nodes in the next…
Hi there, are you still using SharpDevelop 3, and Alex 2 (http://alex.codeplex.com)?
Well, time for a change, as SharpDevelop 4 is nice, and we have Alex 3 for it now,
I thought Dundas Chart was great, so I recommended my company bought it. However, when I installed and used it, I found the help in fact helpless sometimes.
I can provide an easy example. When a user change chart parameters which results in a refresh, the axis by…
GotDotNet is down finally. Even though Microsoft promotes CodePlex harder and harder these days, there are a lot of projects drowning with GotDotNet.
I don’t know much about other projects, but AssemblyInfoTask is a must if you want to control your…
It’s been a long time since last time I posted about CBC. But it is still alive
. Although #SNMP is now my top priority, I think improving CBC must be the second.
It is really a challenge to parse IP-MIB. Why? This file contains 185,928 bytes so a lot of definitions. Therefore, after parsing this file, I got 293 more nodes in the MIB tree.