CommonLibrary.NET 0.9.8.8

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Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 6667
Change Set: 77368
Released: Nov 2, 2012
Updated: Nov 2, 2012 by kishore_reddy
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Releases notes for FluentScript located at http://fluentscript.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Release%20Notes&referringTitle=Documentation

Fluentscript - 0.9.8.8 - Final Release

Application: FluentScript
Version: 0.9.8.8
Build: 0.9.8.8
Changeset: 77368 ( CommonLibrary.NET )
Release date: November 2nd, 2012
Binaries: CommonLibrary.dll
Namespace: ComLib.Lang
Project site: http://fluentscript.codeplex.com/
Download: http://commonlibrarynet.codeplex.com/releases/view/90426
Source code: http://commonlibrarynet.codeplex.com/
Documentation: http://fluentscript.codeplex.com/documentation
Website: http://www.fluentscript.com
Author: Kishore Reddy
Company: CodeHelix Solutions Inc.
  1. Fluentscript can be tested on www.fluentscript.com
  2. Fluentscript is part of the http://commonlibrarynet.codeplex.com
  3. Fluentscript easily allows the construction of DSLs
  4. Fluentscript documentation is located at http://fluentscript.codeplex.com/documentation
  5. Fluentscript versions will for the time being be in sync with commonlibrary

Features

Please see documentation page http://fluentscript.codeplex.com/documentation for more information on how to setup and use fluentscript and all the plugins that are available.

See here for Building DSL's in fluentscript

types


functions


expressions




FluentScript Goals / Usecases

  • Extensible language via Plugins
  • Fluent like syntax to make code more readable and resemble english
  • Easy to use for non-programmers ( eg. QA, Business analysts, Support team etc )
  • Optionally enforce Limits ( # of loops, prevent recursion )
  • Alias keywords/reserved words to make your language more configurable
  • Dynamic interpreted language
  • Configurable interpreter
  • Similar to JavaScript
  • Hook into C# code

Reviews for this release

     
Excellent job
by restmad on May 24 at 3:54 AM