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From "Jiger Patel" <jiger_...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: BSF plugin in Eclipse - input needed
Date Fri, 04 Jul 2003 02:32:36 GMT
Hi Alexander,
                 I have written a BSF plugin for another open source 
IDE/Text Editor called jEdit. It works great and currently supports 
scripting in all 19 languages of BSF. I have faced particular problems with 
a couple of languages namely jython, perl(doesnot work atall and no docs on 
how to make it work?) but all in all it was a good experience. I will be 
making a 3rd release of that plugin soon.

If you want I can be of help in giving you my experiences.


>From: "Alexander Smirnoff" <alexsmr@sympatico.ca>
>Reply-To: "Bean Scripting Framework developers" 
>To: <bsf-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
>Subject: BSF plugin in Eclipse - input needed
>Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 11:28:24 -0400
>I'm trying to implement a BSF plugin to run in Eclipse. The main goal is to
>run supported scripts in IDE, run, debug and edit the sources, provide
>comprehensive script console and share objects with BSF runtime through
>plugin extension.
>Analyzing the idea, eventually I came to the next dilemma:
>Script can be running in separate thread or it can be running in separate
>process. The first one provide more flexibility to share framework 
>with BSF, but it becomes hard to resolve standard I/O that can be used also
>by other resources in Eclipse. The second is less flexible in sharing
>resources, but creates standard I/O for the script run and provide very
>flexible and handy "Launch" framework from Eclipse.
>Anybody interested? Any thoughts will be appreciated.
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