Not 100% on-topic, but:  is there any special reason why the code
generator for .NET needs to be written in .NET itself?  The Java
generator isn't written in Java, after all.  We've been using
Jon's .NET library, and we just copy-and-pasted the standard Java
generator and made a C# generator for protoc.exe (--csharp_out
option).   Seems to work fine.

- Alex

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