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|MLS_USR_DESC||ease community discussions|
|MLS_USR_NAME||Advanced Scripting Environment (EASE)|
|PROJECT_DESC||<p>Eclipse EASE™ allows the execution of script code (using scripting languages such as JS, Python, ...) within the context of the Eclipse Platform/RCP. As they are running in the same JRE as Eclipse itself, these scripts have direct access to any class of your application and may interact with your workbench.</p> <p>Through keywords within header data, scripts might be integrated seamlessly into the UI as toolbar and/or menu contributions. Thus the functionality could be extended by providing scripts only. No need to build, export and install a new feature, just provide a script and add it to your application at runtime.</p> <p>Scripting allows to easily extend an existing application, helps in automating everyday tasks and aids in rapid prototyping during application development. </p> <p>Following goals for the project have been defined:</p> <ol><li>Execute scripts within the running IDE.</li> <li>Support multiple script languages via a generic service that creates (multiple) script interpreters.</li> <li>Scripts are capable of interacting with the IDE, like accessing classes on the Eclipse/JRE classpath and calling methods upon them.</li> <li>Seamless integration of scripts into UI</li> <li>Scripts should be attachable to toolbars and menus</li> <li>Debuggers are aware of the script language/Java classes co-existence by providing variables access</li> <li>Provide means to sign scripts.</li> </ol>|
|PROJECT_NAME||Eclipse Advanced Scripting Environment (Eclipse EASE™)|
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