IKVM is a good project, no doubt. But I don't believe we would get the same
interoperability and freedom of moving code in and out of scripted execution
the same way we would if we had a BeanShell.NET. One simple reason is that if
BeanShell were to be run under IKVM, we are still gonna be running it with the
Java syntax, not C# syntax. Additionally, I'm kinda skeptical on how easy it
would be to get the BeanShell objects to properly implement .NET interfaces and
play nice with compiled objects. But I could be wrong. Certainly worth a try.
I'll download IKVM and see how BeanShell behaves under it (without graphics of
course because IKVM still doesn't implement AWT and Swing). Who knows, maybe
all I'd have to do is create a C# jj file for JavaCC, regen the parser and run
the whole kit and caboodle under IKVM. Wouldn't that be nice if it worked?
--- Curt Cox <curtcox@...> wrote:
> Are you seeking to do anything that you couldn't do by running
> BeanShell under IKVM.NET?
> If not, that seems like the easiest way to go about this.
> - Curt
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