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Dissecting a C Application: Inside SharpDevelop – Table of Contents. Summary Of Contents Introduction.
Building the Application with Add-ins. Providing Functionality with Workspace Services. Writing the Editor Control.
Code Completion and Method Insight. Implementing a Windows Forms Designer. How to Download the Sample Code for the Book.
Dissecting a C# Application: Inside SharpDevelop
Getting Started with Templates. Search and Replace Functionality.
Combines and Projects – What’s in a Name? The Project and Class Views of the World. Adding Controls to Windows Forms. Properties and Formatting of Controls. Building SharpDevelop with SharpDevelop. Correcting Bad Design Decisions.
Advantages of Using the AddIn Tree. The AddIn Tree Superstructure. From Tree Node to Running Object. Overview of the IProperties Interface. Overview of Available Conditions. Navigating the Help File.
The Translation Web Application. Generating Resource Files from the Database. Basic Sequence Data Structures. Theory of the Gap Buffer.
The Gap Buffer in Practice. The Future – The Piece Table. Composite Sequence Data Structures.
Validation of the Syntax Highlighting Definition File. Basic Insidr and Replace Implementation. The Brute Force Algorithm. Basic Definitions and Theory. Reflection Parsing for Assemblies.
Dissecting a C# Application: Inside SharpDevelop – Table of Contents
Persistent Parsing for the Framework Class Library. The C Parser for the Editor. Implementing the Class Scout. Browsing References with an Assembly Scout. The Name Creation Service. Executing the Standard Commands. Implementing a Key Event Handler.
Type Descriptor Filter Service.
The Designer Serialization Service.