PLEASE don't let this discourage you as I can assure you -- once I find my way around this, I will succeed.
I am confident. The logic is all the same!
Ok, I am new to .NET, my first language is C++ so please don't mind if I ask a stupid question or if I sound like a complete newbie
I've looked at the C# syntax and I understand it 100% since it is like Java which is like C++. There will be no problem adding support. I mean, I even added a Pascal support (which is a different syntax) and had never done Pascal before so C# is no problem.
Here is the problem:
I thought I already had the C# compiler installed and I thought it was cl.exe but it turns out it is not. It is csc.exe.
I installed .NET 2.0 SDK, and .NET 3.0 SDK but csc.exe is still missing! Where is this file? Isn't this the C# compiler?
I need it in order to add support for it in SkyIDE. I need to make SkyIDE understand csc.exe's output. I was about to start writing the compiling bit for C# when I realised I am missing the compiler.
Ok, all I need to know is where to find csc.exe -- which package do I install. May be MS Visual Studio Express Edition?