Open source C# implementation of Markdown processor, as featured on Stack Overflow . This port is based heavily on the original Perl 1.0.1 and Perl 1.0.2b8 implementations of Markdown, with bits and pieces of the apparently much better maintained PHP Markdown folded into it. There are a few Stack Overflow specific modifications (which are all configurable, and all off by default).
Reflection & IL
Overview Managed Stack Explorer is a simple executable, no install required, that can be copied and run anywhere the .NET Framework 2.0 is installed. MSE uses the Debugging and Profiling APIs to attach and then immediately detach from an application, only suspending the application / thread for the minimum amount of time required to obtain the stack trace. This download contains the code signed version of Managed Stack Explorer 1.0, written internally by Microsoft. Visit the Managed Stack Explorer Project Homepage on CodePlex for source code, community-collaboration, and updates.
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008 • Related • Filed Under The .NET Framework's regular expression package includes a unique feature called balancing groups, which is a misnomer since although they can indeed be used to match balanced constructs, that's not all they're good for and really has nothing to do with how they work. Unfortunately, balancing groups are quite poorly documented. Following is a brief description of their functionality, but this post will mostly focus on examples of using them in interesting ways. Note: If you're reading this in a feed reader or aggregator, see the original post , which uses regex syntax highlighting to hopefully make things easier to follow. (?
Update : Development of this project has moved to GitHub . New releases and bug fixes will be published there. var mock = new Mock < ILoveThisFramework >(); // WOW! No record/replay weirdness?! :) mock .
Sunday, July 24, 2005 12:54 AM bart Introduction A first specific aspect of CLR Hosting I want to cover in this blog post series is the memory management part of the CLR Hosting APIs.