Saturday, February 13, 2010

Updating F# posts to - part 2 : October 2009 CTP

Post there have been few changes to code generation, and most of them subtle -- or are places where I no longer remember what I was on about.

Headline issues are:

  • Module member value initialization is now done in a way that no longer triggers FxCop warnings.
  • You can now attribute getters and setters independently.
  • The compiler generated classes that wrap funs are now members of the containing class, not classes at the same top level -- MyClass.Member@### rather than MyClass+Member@###.

Possibly a few more issues will come out as I reconstitute my analysis tool, which is currently undergoing a retooling of its build system to automate some of the manual checks for whether the operational tests succeeded or not.

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