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Summary: A simple example using OTP.NET to connect a .NET node to an erlang node. I have decided to write this after reading the article on " Integrating Java and Erlang " on ServerSide.com so I highly recommend that you read that article before continuing...
With the help of Mike and Steve , finally there are few visitors coming to the site looking for SequenceViz . For those new visitors and the existing loyal readers (if there are any :)), here is another version of SequenceViz. If you like SequenceViz...
What is SequenceViz? SequenceViz is a tool to generate sequence diagrams by reverse engineering .NET Assemblies. Read this post for setup and installation. The latest release has the following enhacements: 1) Assembly Stats: Now, you can see few stats...
As I said in the last post, the output from Microsoft GLEE looked but not ideal and as the method tree gets bigger with more relationships, the diagram gets out of control. Disappointed with that, my further search takes me to the Netron Project, which...
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UPDATE: [ Part III with Netron Project ] By the end of first exercise , we can list through list of method calls in a particular method body. Now, my target will be to take a assemblyname::typename::method as input then recursively iterate through the...
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Inspired by this post by Sam Gentile , I decided to play with Cecil . And this gives me another oppurtunity to use IronPython. The end result may not be very attractive but it has the potential :). >>Read more on Fun with IronPython and Cecil
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