A customer of ours asked me if there was an option in LLBLGen Pro to not generate XML comments into the generated code. As there isn't such an option, I though it would be cool to write a little command line app to strip out any xml comment and/or normal comment from C# sourcecode. It might sound to you like the most worthless piece of code ever cooked up, I mean: why would you remove comments from your code, right? . There are situations however, where you have to distribute sourcecode to your client, but you don't want your client to have all the comments, so in a way you give the client the feeling they have the sourcecode, but they also will have a hard time reading it.
IE7 apparently won't pass a set of tests defined by the W3C (of which Microsoft is a member). What's the excuse? Not being able to write code which passes the test? If you are not able to implement it, Open Source shows it's a better method, as they are soon able to pass the acid tests.