New tool to play with: SemanticMerge

A little while ago I was contacted about a new merge tool from the company behind PlasticSCM. (I haven’t used Plastic myself, but I’d heard of it.) My initial reaction was that I wasn’t interested in anything which required me to learn yet another source control system, but SemanticMerge is independent of PlasticSCM. My interested was piqued when I learned that SemanticMerge is actually built on Roslyn. I don’t generally care much about implementation details, but I’m looking out for uses of Roslyn outside Microsoft, partly to see if I can gain any inspiration for using it myself. Between the … Continue reading New tool to play with: SemanticMerge