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Visual Basic source code Roslyn compiler team moved to GitHub
The development team behind has indicated two programming languages that the source code of the open source Roslyn compiler will move on Microsoft’s Codeplex website to GitHub. The developers say they want to take advantage of the vibrant development community on GitHub.
The Roslyn compiler is under the .NET program from Microsoft and is used to compile the Visual Basic and C # code. Up to now, was used for the development of the compiler Codeplex, the open source platform from Microsoft. The developers, however, have indicated the Roslyn code to move to GitHub, a popular software development platform for open source projects.
According to the developers of the Managed Languages team is all open source code of the Roslyn compiler this week from Codeplex moved to GitHub. The mechanism for pull requests will also be adapted and the team at Microsoft will also adapt its internal operations in the process of GitHub.
Microsoft VB team says it wants to make the move to GitHub to benefit from the vibrant development community on GitHub platform. The software giant is increasingly using GitHub. The company has the source code for various open source projects placed on the software development platform. What impact this trend will have to go for the possible future of Codeplex is not yet entirely clear.Viewing:-179
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