Tag Archives: F#

Type Providers, Record / Union Types and Constant Type unsupported

When writing type providers you are required to define code that will run at run-time with a quotation. This in itself is not a problem, however if you try and pass a none native type to the quotation you will … Continue reading

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Introducing Java type provider

A while ago I blogged about some development I was working on with IKVM and type providers. At the time the type provider only worked with primitive types. Recently I have had time to take this a bit further and … Continue reading

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F# Actor: An Actor Library

Wikipedia, defines an actor as – An actor is a computational entity that, in response to a message it receives, can concurrently: send a finite number of messages to other actors; create a finite number of new actors; designate the … Continue reading

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F# 3 and Raven DB

Ok so I have blogged about these to before. Previously, F# didn’t have brilliant support for Linq. F# Expressions couldn’t `easily` be converted to the Linq expression trees that the RavenDB API required. This caused somewhat of a mis-match between … Continue reading

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Option Operators

We often have to represent the absence of data within a collection of values. In C# the default type to-go to is an Nullable, F# 3.0 introduced the Microsoft.FSharp.Linq.NullableOperators module to help with comparisons and arithmetic over this type. The … Continue reading

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F# IKVM Type Provider

After reading Sergey Tihon’s post about IKVM and the stanford parser. I thought I’d try and create a IKVM type provider. The first version can be found on my GitHub account here. The following code shows a simple sample on … Continue reading

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F# end to end

Introduction Recently my colleague @simontcousins published an article comparing to similar projects one written in C# one written in F#. The conclusion is that for the two projects the F# one is about 4% of the size.  You can read more about … Continue reading

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