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Monkey vs Groovy-Monkey vs EclipseShell [message #560384] Sun, 20 August 2006 05:35
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Originally posted by: vranganath.sbcglobal.net

Hi,

I am interested in using scripting support in Eclipse. So far, I have
considered EclipseShell and Monkey. Given the extent to which Monkey is
integrated into Eclipse, I was leaning towards Monkey. However, Monkey
only supports JavaScript (or am I wrong?). Anyways, I recently found
Groovy-Monkey which seems to support numerous other scripting languages
(although implementing such support seems simple after looking at the code
of Groovy-Monkey).

In short, I am at the cross roads of making a decision about Monkey or
Groovy-Monkey. So, any information and/or arguments to choose one over
the other would be appreciated. Or is there is an argument to use
EclipseShell?

waiting for reply,

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Venkatesh Prasad Ranganath
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e-id: rvprasad@ksu.edu
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