Scripter.NET 2.2 Beta

An application designed to integrate .NET Framework scripts into applications, supporting code written in C#, VB.NET and JScript.NET
Scripter.NET - The application allows you to open your program file and displays a code explorer containing all its classes and methods.
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Scripter.NET is written in C# and it can integrate, debug and run .NET Framework script engines designed to be executed at runtime.

Scripter.NET uses VSA/CodeDOM technology that makes possible to use C#, VB.NET and JScript.NET scripts. Scripter.NET is built on .NET classes. It's shipped with full source code, including design-time code.

Main features:

  • Support for C#, VB.NET and JScript.NET scripts:
  • Use ScriptRun.Language property to specify scripting engine to use.
  • Adding objects to the script:
  • It's not possible to add .NET object of types declared in the calling assembly and access properties and methods of these objects from the script.
  • Resource processing:
  • Scripter.NET supports loading resx files providing a way to access application-defined resources.
  • Adding units to script:
  • Scripter.NET allows to load scripts declared in another units from the script being currently executed. Special word "using" can be used within the script. Scripter.NET pre-process the script before executing and loads all referenced scripts.

last updated on:
May 6th, 2014, 4:30 GMT
file size:
3.4 MB
developed by:
Quantum Whale
license type:
operating system(s):
Windows All
C: \ Programming \ Components & Libraries

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Scripter.NET - You can split, cascade and tile your workspace from the Window menu of the application.Scripter.NET - You can debug the script using the available menu item, or you can attempt to run the program directly.Scripter.NET - Scripter.NET offers you a demonstration of some thread sorting algorithms, including bubble and quick sort.
What's New in This Release:
  • Added support for debugging:
  • Debugging in separate process of application-independent scripts.
  • Debugging in the same process with ability to access application-specific objects from the script.
  • Debugging single script and project containing multiple source files.
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