I have done a massive amount of fixes to IKVM.Reflection.Emit to make it full featured (even though it still doesn't implement all Reflection.Emit APIs, the functionality should (almost) all be there, for example via different overloads).
I completed support for generics (I think) and fixed many bugs in that area, ikvmc only uses a very small amount of generics so these fixes are unlikely to affect it.
It's worth explicitly stating the design goals of IKVM.Reflection.Emit:
I've done some pretty heavy duty testing on it. It should be ready for external (i.e. non-ikvmc) usage now. If you decide to use it (or consider using it), please let me know. As always, feedback is appreciated.
Binary available here: ikvm-refemit-0.41.3464.zip
I apologize for the lameness of this, but the comment spam was driving me nuts.
In order to be able to post a comment, you need to answer a simple question. Hopefully this question
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