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Matt Gerrans

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Automated Design (View in Weblogs)
Posted: Mar 20, 2003 7:20 PM
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Summary
Think about designing your application as an automation server for scripting languages.
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Thinking about how your application would be scripted by a scripting language helps you understand your designs better, even if you ultimately decide not to make your application macro- or script-enabled. When you think about how it would be scripted, you need to come up with a logical and simple object model. If you design from the get-go with this idea in mind, your app can run as if it were being scripted by the user, or as if the user were a script.


Thomas SMETS

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Re: Automated Design Posted: Jul 25, 2005 4:49 AM
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May be Grinder could in the long run be viewed as a mean to script one's interface ... ?
At least Jython seems a usefull tool box for that ... !!!

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