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Writing Your First Visual Studio Language Service

, 11 Dec 2009
A guide to writing a language service for Visual Studio using Irony.
CSLanguage_Service.zip
CSLanguageService
CSLanguageService.csproj.user
Integration
Key.snk
Properties
Resources
Package.ico
Irony
Compiler
AST
Grammar
LALR
NLALR
Scanner
Terminals
TokenFilters
EditorServices
Key.snk
Microsoft
MS-PubLicense.Rtf
Properties
Runtime
IronyLanguageServicePackage.zip
Integration
Properties
Resources
Irony.dll
Irony.GrammarExplorer.exe
IronyLanguageServiceTemplate.zip
MyCLanguageService.zip
MyCLanguageService
MyCLanguageService
bin
Debug
Irony.dll
Irony.GrammarExplorer.exe
MyCLanguageService.dll
MyCLanguageService.pkgdef
Integration
Key.snk
MyCLanguageService.csproj.user
Properties
Resources
Irony.dll
Irony.GrammarExplorer.exe
Test Files
short.myc
thing.myc

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