[Mono-list] Scripting with Mono

Danny Haak danny.haak at nedap.com
Mon Oct 26 09:19:34 EDT 2009


You could have a look at Mono.Addins; or scripting languages like Boo,
IronPython and IronRuby. I have done some experiments with that, and you
can compile a Boo script while running the host program, and execute it
afterwards. Works nicely. 


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Subject: [Mono-list] Scripting with Mono

I'm currently developing an application that enables the "clients" to
extend it through scripting.
Primarily what I need is ECMAScript/JavaScript but it is way better to
support other languages.

I think I don't need to embed Mono runtime in my application 'coz it is
running over .NET/Mono.

How to achieve this?

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