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<Content > C# and the .NET framework are fantastic, which is a bit of a strong statement from a committed Delphi developer, but it seriously is fantastic. Developing ASP.NET sites is much easier than either straight ASP, or ASP + COM, and they run faster, and are more reliable. What more could you ask for, apart from good support on Linux. </Content>
<SiteList  ID="software_sites" title=".NET projects" CreatedTmSt="21-Sep-2001 20:13:46">
<SITE href="http://draconet.sourceforge.net/" title="Draco.Net">Draco.NET is a Windows service application designed to facilitate continuous integration. Draco.NET monitors your source code repository, automatically rebuilds your project when changes are detected and then emails you the build result along with a list of changes since the last build.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.codeproject.com/vb/net/VbCommenter.asp" title="VbCommenter">Provdies XmlDoc functionality for VB.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://mavnet.sourceforge.net/" title="Maverick.NET">Maverick.NET is a .NET port of Maverick, a Model-View-Controller (aka "Model 2") framework for web publishing. It is a minimalist framework which focuses solely on MVC logic, allowing you to generate presentation using a variety of templating and transformation technologies.<br/>
(You write your controllers in C# and then use either XSLT or ASPX for the presentation layer. Very sweet.)</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.x2x2x.org/x2x2x/home/" title="Saxon.NET XSLT 2.0 Processor">Aims to convert the existing Java-based code of the open-source Saxon 8.0-B processor to C# and the .NET platform. It is also the first Xslt 2.0 and XPath 2.0 processor available for DotNet</SITE>
<SITE href="http://authors.aspalliance.com/aldotnet/examples/translate.aspx" title="C# to VB.NET convertor">Attempts to translate C# code to VB.NET. Doesnt always work, but gives it a pretty good attempt.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.developerfusion.com/utilities/convertvbtocsharp.aspx" title="VB to C# Translator">VB.NET to C# translator. Once again, it doesn't always work, but gives it a pretty good attempt.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.developerfusion.com/utilities/convertcsharptovb.aspx" title="DeveloperFusion C# to VB.NET">Another language convertor. Try this one and the one above to see which works best for your code.</SITE>
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