[Mono-dev] Deprecating some Mono commands, Cecil mono-api-info
monkey at jpobst.com
Mon Mar 3 12:34:24 EST 2008
Right, it is more condensed because it is missing the rest of the
For your example, it is missing the attributes on the parameters. Both
files should be exactly the same.
Alan McGovern wrote:
> Well, if you look at the output you'll see that the cecil one is
> considerably more condensed and readable than the SRE one, so that could
> easily explain the filesize difference. For example, the 'ClearProps(in
> System.Byte&, in System.UInt32, in System.Guid&, in System.Int32)'
> method is 7 lines in the cecil version but about 24 lines in the SRE
> On Mon, Mar 3, 2008 at 5:06 PM, Jonathan Pobst <monkey at jpobst.com
> <mailto:monkey at jpobst.com>> wrote:
> > Additionally, I believe that the Cecil-based mono-api-info is a
> > better implementation than the SRE-based implementation. And am
> > wondering if we should just replace our current implementation
> with the
> > version living in cecil (this would also eliminate mono-api-info and
> > mono-api-info2).
> I just tried running both versions on 2.0's Accessibility.dll. The SRE
> one is 122k, the Cecil one is 55k. So I don't think the Cecil one is
> ready yet for primetime.
> SRE: http://jpobst.com/Accessibility.xml
> Cecil: http://jpobst.com/Accessibility.Cecil.xml
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