AFAIK most of the active X# users are living in Europe like me - and for us the day is starting now (it is 6:03 in the morning here in Italy).
I have installed thw new build yesterday (after having effectively worked with a prerelease for a few days now). My code compiles and my applications (the few I have tried before going to sleep) worked.
I will work with X# today for at least 8 hours, and if there is something broken I will report it.
But I'm working mostly with the Core dialect (using the runtime to access my DBF databases).
is the Core Dialect in the documentation? In other words, if I want to only use the Core Dialect, is there enough documentation for me to get started? And examples?
The Core dialect was the first dialect in X# - it is basically a C# with Xbase syntax.
The Core dialect does not need any runtime, and uses the .NET Framework.
That means: no date datatype, no codeblock, no array, no DBF access, no macrocompiler.
In this manner I was able to put the first (small) X# application into production - only 6 months after the release of the first version, and long before the runtime was released.
And currently most of my X# applications I have in production are using the Core dialect, and a few of them use a special library (in VO dialect) to access DBF tables.
For samples you should install XIDE and play with the samples there - a few of them were written by myself.
And a documentation you need only the syntax documentation and then the relative documentation of the libraries you like to use: Windows Forms, WPF, Ado.NET, ...
wriedmann wrote: sorry, this is my fault.... I have checked again, and now they are changed. Maybe the last time I have used it was before November, 13 when it was changed (according to the file change date).
Oh, you're right, I thought it was earlier than that!