CS-Script

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CS-Script (www.csscript.net) is a CLR (Common Language Runtime) based scripting system which uses ECMA-compliant C# as a programming language. CS-Script currently targets Microsoft implementation of CLR (.NET 2.0/3.0/3.5) with limited support on Mono.

CS-Script as well as a few other .NET languages (e.g. Boo) is a statically typed language and it allows unlimited access to .NET/CLR functionality with plain vanilla C# syntax.

CS-Script as a scripting environment offers stand alone script execution as well as hosting the script engine from CLR application.

Because of statically typed nature of the script execution CS-Script demonstrates no performance degradation comparing to the compiled managed binaries.

CS-Script relies heavily on existing .NET development tools (e.g. MS Visual Studio, Sharp Develop) allowing editing and debugging scripts within traditional .NET Development environment.

CS-Script has been used in a number of open-source and proprietary products of different scale and complexity (e.g. FlashDevelop, MediaPortal).

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