43 packages returned for Tags:"CLR"

With Edge.js you can script Node.js in a .NET application. Edge.js allows you to run Node.js and .NET code in one process. You can call Node.js functions from .NET and .NET functions from Node.js. Edge.js takes care of marshalling data between CLR and V8. Edge.js also reconciles threading models of... More information
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  • last updated 12/27/2014
  • Latest version: 1.0.13
  • CLR metrics
Capturing CLR and application-level metrics. So you know what's going on. An idiomatic port of Coda Hale's Metrics for Scala and the JVM.
Clr C# Heap Allocation Analyzer
Roslyn based C# heap allocation diagnostic analyzer that can detect explicit and many implicit allocations like boxing, display classes a.k.a closures, implicit delegate creations, etc. The code-assist version that integrates with the Visual Studio 2015 IDE is here,... More information
Configure your .NET application with C# config files. Config files are C# source files: intellisensed, refactorable, resharpered, syntax checked, compiled, type safe. Write real code with control structures and classes in config files. Include other config files and remote (HTTP) config snippets.
A C# library for managing, creating, and binding to CLR delegates at runtime. Also includes partial application for delegates such as Func<> and Action<> types.
CILAssemblyManipulator Physical layer
Provides functionality related to Physical layer of CILAssemblyManipulator (CAM) framework. This is the lowest abstraction level of CAM, and the provided functionality allows directly manipulate metadata tables, rows, and signatures.
CILAssemblyManipulator Structural layer
Provides functionality related to Structural layer of CILAssemblyManipulator (CAM) framework. The metadata types, methods, fields, etc may be manipulated directly instead of indirect metadata tables, rows, signatures, and table references.
CILAssemblyManipulator Logical layer
Provides functionality related to Logical layer of CILAssemblyManipulator (CAM) framework. The metadata types, methods, fields, etc are represented by high-level abstract API similar to the one in System.Reflection namespace of .NET framework. Additionally wrapping of native reflection elements... More information