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  • proper noun Used as a Java "shell," it allows programmers to type standard Java syntax on the command line and see the results immediately.


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  • File a wishlist report if you like to see Jython, BeanShell or other support in the Bioclipse bug track system.

    Bioclipse for CDK Developers #1

  • Yes, I guess both a BeanShell as well as Eclipse will be available.

    CDK - The Documentation

  • The system allows me to write both Java application code as BeanShell scripts.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The only problem I see is that BeanShell does not seem to allow newer Java goodies like the Iterable-for combination, as in:

    CDK - The Documentation

  • The workshop will be an interactive presentation, where all participants will have a running BeanShell or maybe Eclipse Christoph?

    CDK - The Documentation

  • Now, because our bug reports are derived from fails against the PubChem screening, we can simply use this BeanShell code to download a structure from PubChem and convert it to CDK source code:#!

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • My apologies for the code duplication, but never tried inline functions in BeanShell yet...

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Now, also make sure to install BeanShell sudo aptitude install bsh, which allows you to start scripting the CDK.

    CDK is now available from your nearest Debian mirror

  • Interestingly, BeanShell also comes with a graphical user interface, as well as a command line based scripting environment.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Recent items in the Bioclipse blog show a bright future, with project based resource handling, better scripting R, ruby, JavaScript, BeanShell?

    Archive 2007-12-01


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