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honey the codewitch5-Aug-19 17:31
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I thought DLR let you truly interpret .NET code?

Instead it's just more fancy wrappers around the compiler it looks like?

This means I can't support syntactic predicates or code behinds in my grammars at run time.

Code in the grammars would be limited to generated code.

Which *would* be acceptable except for the fact that the code makes the grammars work in the first place.

Meaning any code in any grammars renders the grammar unusable to the runtime parsers.

That's not okay to me. Why doesn't .NET let you interpret code finally?

I don't need a lot of it. Just a few lines here and there.

But now, because of this, if i were to support it, I'd need to make an elaborate caching system so as not to overrun the app with temporary assemblies, just like before the DLR came along.

Am I wrong?
When I was growin' up, I was the smartest kid I knew. Maybe that was just because I didn't know that many kids. All I know is now I feel the opposite.

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