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Re: Mathematica + NETLink + CodeDom- Example 2

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  • Subject: [mg45420] Re: [mg45304] Mathematica + NETLink + CodeDom- Example 2
  • From: "murphee (Werner Schuster)" <werner.schuster at netway.at>
  • Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 01:09:11 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <200401020923.EAA26158@smc.vnet.net>
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Todd Gayley wrote:
> At 11:22 PM 12/28/2003, ToolmakerSteve wrote:
>>which is a translator from a simple structure in Mathematica,
>>which represents the assembly as code snippets within some structural
>>constructs.
> Your approach is interesting, and I suggest you continue developing it, 
> especially with an eye to allowing users to provide method implementations 
> in the Mathematica language instead of only embedding strings of C# code in 
> a Mathematica expression structure. 

Hmm... what kind of "method implementations" do mean in this case?
Do you plan on having a .NET object, where one or more Methods are 
actually implemented in Mathematica (ie. the method knows the name of 
its corresponding Mathematica expression and evaluates it using Mathlink)?


 > This is quite similar to work that was
> in the development version of .NET/Link but pulled out before release 
> because it was beyond the scope of a 1.0 release. Basically, it was decided 
> that there was not sufficient time for the considerable design work 
> required. Methods like DefineNETClass and NETMethod were once part of 
> .NET/Link. Presumably, functionality like this will be introduced in a 
> future release.

Are there any plans on doing something like this for Java?
It would be feasible using BCEL and a bit of classloader trickery (there
is an article on how the Beanshell guys did it over at Javaworld
http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-10-2003/jw-1003-beanshell_p.html ) 
actually, the 1.5 Tiger JSR contains a JSR for a Compiler API, though I 
am not sure how far that goes (there is a beta program for J2SE 1.5,
but it comes with an NDA, so I can't really talk about anything);


murphee
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Werner Schuster (murphee)
Student of SoftwareEngineering and KnowledgeManagement
Maintainer of the OGO-JOGI Project @ http://ogo-jogi.sourceforge.net/


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