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BeanShell is a small, free, embeddable, Java source interpreter with object scripting language features, written in Java. BeanShell executes standard Java statements and expressions, in addition to obvious scripting commands and syntax. BeanShell supports scripted objects as simple method closures like those in Perl and JavaScript(tm). You can use BeanShell interactively for Java experimentation and debugging or as a simple scripting engine for your applications. In short: BeanShell is a dynamically interpreted Java, plus some useful stuff. Another way to describe it is to say that in many ways BeanShell is to Java as Tcl/Tk is to C: BeanShell is embeddable - You can call BeanShell from your Java applications to execute Java code dynamically at run-time or to provide scripting extensibility for your applications. Alternatively, you can call your Java applications and objects from BeanShell; working with Java objects and APIs dynamically. Since BeanShell is written in Java and runs in the same space as your application, you can freely pass references to "real live" objects into scripts and return them as results. With version 2.0 BeanShell becomes a fully Java compatible scripting language. BeanShell is now capable of interpreting ordinary Java source and loading .java source files from the class path. BeanShell scripted classes are fully typed and appear to outside Java code and via reflective inspection as ordinary classes. However their implementation is fully dynamic and they may include arbitrary BeanShell scripts in their bodies, methods, and constructors. Users may now freely mix loose, unstructured BeanShell scripts, method closures, and full scripted classes.

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bsh2-2.0.0.b6-10.65.noarch.htmlScripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)OpenSuSE Leap 15.4 for noarchbsh2-2.0.0.b6-10.65.noarch.rpm
bsh2-2.0.0.b6-10.65.noarch.htmlScripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)OpenSuSE Leap 15.3 for noarchbsh2-2.0.0.b6-10.65.noarch.rpm
bsh2-2.0.0.b6-9.29.noarch.htmlScripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)OpenSuSE Ports Tumbleweed for noarchbsh2-2.0.0.b6-9.29.noarch.rpm
bsh2-2.0.0.b6-9.10.noarch.htmlScripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)OpenSuSE Tumbleweed for noarchbsh2-2.0.0.b6-9.10.noarch.rpm
bsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp152.5.14.noarch.htmlScripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)OpenSuSE Leap 15.2 for noarchbsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp152.5.14.noarch.rpm
bsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp151.3.56.noarch.htmlLightweight Scripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)OpenSuSE Leap 15.1 for noarchbsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp151.3.56.noarch.rpm
bsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp150.2.44.noarch.htmlLightweight Scripting for Java (BeanShell Version 2.x)OpenSuSE Leap 15.0 for noarchbsh2-2.0.0.b6-lp150.2.44.noarch.rpm

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