on 9/18/2011 1:29 AM
I have an idea for a type provider, so now that the type provider bits are finally publicly available I set to work building it. However it turns out just implementing a type provider is pretty tricky (not really that much of a surprise I supose), so I thought it was worth a quick blog post to run through the basics. A type provider is a class that implements the interface ITypeProvider (fullname Microsoft.FSharp.Core.CompilerServices.ITypeProder), which lives in the assembly FSharp.Core.dll. Its definiti[...]
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