298 packages returned for Tags:"s-expression"

MimeKit is an Open Source library for creating and parsing MIME, S/MIME and PGP messages on desktop and mobile platforms. It also supports parsing of Unix mbox files. Unlike any other .NET MIME parser, MimeKit's parser does not need to parse string input nor does it use a TextReader. Instead,... More information
MailKit is an Open Source cross-platform .NET mail-client library that is based on MimeKit and optimized for mobile devices. Features include: * HTTP, Socks4, Socks4a and Socks5 proxy support. * SASL Authentication via SCRAM-SHA-256, SCRAM-SHA-1, NTLM, DIGEST-MD5, CRAM-MD5, LOGIN, PLAIN, and... More information
A library that converts cron expressions into human readable descriptions. Supports multiple languages including: English, Brazillian, Spanish, Norwgian, Turkish, Dutch, Chinese Simplified, Russian, French, German, Ukrainian, Persian (Farsi), Polish, Romanian Italian, Swedish, Slovenian, Danish,... More information
Mail.dll is a .NET IMAP component, POP3 component and SMTP component library. Includes an email and MIME parser. Allows sending, receiving and processing email messages in .NET applications. Includes SSL and TLS support along with OAuth and DKIM capabilities. Includes secure MIME (S/MIME) parser for... More information
s-expression serilizer/deserilizer Implementation of s-expression serializion/deserialization in C# .NET . Very useful for reading config files when needed smth more then just key-value dicrionary. Much more human readable then ugly json,xml,yaml, etc. Comparing to: - json. In s-exp you can... More information
NCalc is a mathematical expressions evaluator in .NET. NCalc can parse any expression and evaluate the result, including static or dynamic parameters and custom functions.
A set of e-mail components which implement IMAP, SMTP, POP3, Exchange Web Services, SSL/TLS support, parsing and building MIME and S/MIME messages, Outlook .MSG and .PST conversions, mail merge over database, OAuth 2.0, DNS MX lookup, e-mail address validation, parsing winmail.dat, bounced messages... More information