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Please support internal .NET Scripting

I realize EasyMorph supports PowerShell scripting internally, but it would be much better if it also supported C# / VB internally. I know you can run C# or VB as an external application, but the process is cumbersome and not convenient for passing variables and data structures back and forth between EasyMorph and C#. It’s also inconvenient to have to open Visual Studio, create a project, compile the project to an executable, then configure EasyMorph to run the executable, etc… all for a simple script that could much more easily be created and compiled internally to EasyMorph.

I use a simple clipboard manager program called ClipboardFusion, that supports running C# / VB scripts against data copied from the clipboard. The program includes a code editor, allows you to specify library references and essentially compiles and runs a full C# program internally. ClipboardFusion receives the data from the clipboard in a static class. It also includes a class to pass the processed data back to the clipboard. If a simple clipboard manager program can accomplish this, I’m sure EasyMorph could accomplish something similar without too much effort. Having the ability to run .NET scripts internally, would vastly increase the power and convenience of EasyMorph.

I’m using the free version at the moment, but would definitely buy a license if .NET scripting was built-in.

Hi Brad and welcome to the Community forum!

The current way of integrating with a custom C# code is cumbersome indeed. C# and F# scripting is something we’re already thinking about. Currently, our hands are busy with other tasks, but we’ll get back to this question as soon as we have time to think about what to do next.

Hi Dmitry,

Thank you for the fast and encouraging response. I’m looking forward to seeing what your team comes up with! Also, if you haven’t already, I’d suggest you check out how ClipboardFusion integrates with .NET. It’s really slick and super-convenient.

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