Debugging Hosted DLR Scripts?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Dot NET Framework' started by jpuopolo, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. jpuopolo

    jpuopolo Guest

    Hi all,

    We are interested in hosting a language, e.g., IronPython, in our C#
    program so that our business users can express complex business logic
    in code. I understand how to host a script engine, etc. What I am
    curious about is this...

    Is it possible to create create a (rudimentary) debugger (or leverage
    an existing debugger) so that we can flag syntax errors, etc. in our
    script editing window? Does the scripting engine and/or DLR have debug
    access points, e.g., tells me if there is a syntax error and on what
    line it occurred, etc.? I'd prefer to do something like that vs.
    having the script simply fail when we try to programatically execute
    it.

    Thanks,
    John
     
    jpuopolo, Apr 16, 2009
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