C# Shell (Compiler REPL) Free

C# Shell (Compiler REPL) Free


C#Shell is an offline C# compiler that lets you dynamically compile and execute C# code on your Android device.

Write programs on the go, test algorithms, explore the features of C# programming language or practice your C# skills.

Note: A high-end device is recommended for optimal performance.

The C#Shell compiler uses Mono Compiler Service.

Most of the .NET Base Class Library is available and you can use such features as LINQ and Task Parallel Library (TPL), function programming is recommended.

---IMPORTANT---
Methods must be declared as parts of classes or structs, meaning a you cannot compile a 'void Main()...' directly, either make it a part of an object, or use anonymous methods or functions.

e.g. Action myCoolMethod = new Action(()=>{ Console.WriteLine("Hello there!"); });

---Features---
• Full-featured C# 4.0 Compiler
• Draw graphics using CanvasUI
• Native Android API
• Load and execute compiled .NET assemblies (*.exe/*.dll) (cs.LoadAssembly)
• Console IO
• Support for saving / opening sessions.
• View object properties
• Visually construct methods
• IO support
• Network support
• Multi-threading support
• ARM , ARMv7 and x86 support.

C#Shell is actively developed, and more features will be added in the near future, we're taking requests too

Recent changes:
Changelog
2.0
- Android 5.0 and ART support
- Mono 3.10.0
1.7
- Upgraded to latest Mono runtime
- Minor fixes
1.6.2
- Support for editing executed code (the source code is re-compiled the next time the session is opened)
- Chinese translations by Magic Mao
1.6.1
- Performance improvements
- C#Shell Forum
1.6
- CanvasUI Android Canvas support
- Custom assemblies are now shown in the namespaces list
- Bug fixes and improvements
- New samples
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About C# Shell (Compiler REPL) Free
C#Shell is an offline C# compiler that lets you dynamically compile and execute C# code on your Android device.

Write programs on the go, test algorithms, explore the features of C# programming language or practice your C# skills.

Note: A high-end device is recommended for optimal performance.

The C#Shell compiler uses Mono Compiler Service.

Most of the .NET Base Class Library is available and you can use such features as LINQ and Task Parallel Library (TPL), function programming is recommended.

---IMPORTANT---
Methods must be declared as parts of classes or structs, meaning a you cannot compile a 'void Main()...' directly, either make it a part of an object, or use anonymous methods or functions.

e.g. Action myCoolMethod = new Action(()=>{ Console.WriteLine("Hello there!"); });

---Features---
• Full-featured C# 4.0 Compiler
• Draw graphics using CanvasUI
• Native Android API
• Load and execute compiled .NET assemblies (*.exe/*.dll) (cs.LoadAssembly)
• Console IO
• Support for saving / opening sessions.
• View object properties
• Visually construct methods
• IO support
• Network support
• Multi-threading support
• ARM , ARMv7 and x86 support.

C#Shell is actively developed, and more features will be added in the near future, we're taking requests too

Recent changes:
Changelog
2.0
- Android 5.0 and ART support
- Mono 3.10.0
1.7
- Upgraded to latest Mono runtime
- Minor fixes
1.6.2
- Support for editing executed code (the source code is re-compiled the next time the session is opened)
- Chinese translations by Magic Mao
1.6.1
- Performance improvements
- C#Shell Forum
1.6
- CanvasUI Android Canvas support
- Custom assemblies are now shown in the namespaces list
- Bug fixes and improvements
- New samples

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 28, 2015
Not working Get "unexpected symbol var" but don't know why..YouTube video shows this exact code but mine doesn't work...why?: public class TestClass{ public void sayHello(string name){ Console.WriteLine("Hello, " + name); } } var tc = new TestClass(); tc.sayHello("C#");
A Google User
Jun 21, 2015
"Crap" is being too kind. Samsung S4
A Google User
Jun 17, 2015
Perfect Perfect for quick fiddles on the road.
A Google User
Jun 7, 2015
How to run? How to run the code? I'm not able to find it or it is not available for free version?
A Google User
Mar 31, 2015
It's a bad app. If you make a mistake and you want to edit it you can't! They tell you that you have to buy the full version
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