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DotGNU Portable.NET Worthwhile Links

This page contains links to various websites related to DotGNU Portable.NET.
Technical papers:
The standards documents for C# and the CLI can be freely downloaded from the ECMA website. The C# specification is ECMA standard 334, and the specification for the CLI ("Command Language Infrastructure") is ECMA standard 335. If you wish to contribute to the C# library, you will also need the file ECMA-335-xml.zip. Unpack this zip file and then use the "csdoc2html" program (which you can find in the csdoc directory of the pnet package of DotGNU Portable.NET) DotGNU to convert the XML file into HTML, so that you can view its contents more easily.
The Neil Cawse Portable.net homepage has System.Windows.Forms screenshots, information about the DotGNU Coding competition, and "PNETLIB Visual Studio 1.1 Projects" downloads.
wx.NET is a C# wrapper for the wxWindows cross-platform GUI framework.
Qt# is a C# wrapper for the Qt GUI toolkit, on which the KDE desktop environment for GNU/Linux is based. Qt# developer Adam Treat (irc nick: manyoso) is often on the #dotgnu irc channel.
Pocket C# is a port of the DotGNU project's C# compiler to Windows CE.  
Rubydium is aiming to become an optimising reimplementation of the Ruby 1.8 interpreter. A preview version 0.1 has been released; it is described by the author as "a proof of concept that does show that The Twist is implementable using the libjit library."  
Jacob's DotGNU examples  
ANTLR, ANother Tool for Language Recognition, (formerly PCCTS) is a language tool that provides a framework for constructing recognizers, compilers, and translators from grammatical descriptions, which usually contain embedded C#, Java, C++ or Python action code. The generated code is similar to what a developer might manually and is therefore easy to understand.  




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