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Hi Experts,

I have downloaded an F# MS Visual Studio solution and it will not compile. The code is a chess rating alorithm written by the Microsoft Research Labs. The link to their blog is as follows:

http://blogs.technet.com/apg/archive/2008/04/05/trueskill-through-time.aspx

and the VS solution can be downloaded here:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/fsharp/default.aspx

Could someone please give it a go a see if it works for them.

I am using VS 2010
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Your problem lies in the Microsoft.FSharp.Reflection.Value namespace, which is not available on the newer releases of FSharp. I researched all FSharp libraries to find out where the types like GetSumTagConverters, GetSumTagReader and IsOptionType has gone to, but all of them seem to have disappeared from the radar.

The Microsoft Research Team page that describes this namespace, has also disappeared, it used to be located here:http://research.microsoft.com/fsharp/manual/FSharp.Core/Microsoft.FSharp.Reflection.Value.html but has vanished.

I have written to the bugs team of F# to ask for clarification on what to use instead. You may also want to write yourself to the blog-writer to update the code to work with the newest releases of F#. The language F# is still in development, changes like these can happen from version to version. And there's been quite some moving around of types and namespaces.

-- Abel --

PS: you were the first to ask in the F# zone. Hope that there'll be more to come :)
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