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“MarkdownPages allows a site to serve text files written in markdown as HTML, using the extensibility points that are built into the ASP.NET WebPages framework. Installing this in a site will “turn on” the ASP.NET WebPages pipeline. This is based on the framework that the NuGet Docs site (http://docs.nuget.org) uses.”
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“C# 4.0 framework to allow you to wrap any object (static or dynamic) with a static interface even though it didn't inherit from it. It does this by emitting cached dynamic binding code inside a proxy. By expanding on the DLR plumbing used to implement this library, it has grown to support more general dynamic implementations. Other features include Really Late Binding, Inline Syntaxes, Currying, some dynamic extensions for FSharp, and unsealed Dynamic Objects including a fully dynamic MVVM ViewModel.”
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“Flee is an expression parser and evaluator for the .NET framework. It allows you to compute the value of string expressions such as sqrt(a^2 + b^2) at runtime. It uses a custom compiler, strongly-typed expression language, and lightweight codegen to compile expressions directly to IL. This means that expression evaluation is extremely fast and efficient. Try out the demo, which lets you generate images based on expressions, and see for yourself.”
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“NHunspell brings the spell checking, hyphenation and thesaurus to the Microsoft® .NET Framework. NHunspell is C# library and wraps native libraries for Hunspell, Hyphen and MyThes. One design goal of this library and wrapper is to keep the source code of the included libraries as unmodified as possible. New versions of the base libraries can therefore easily adopted to NHunspell. The integrated libraries are used in OpenOffice and they work with the dictionaries published on OpenOffice.org.”