By Deane Barker on September 19, 2006

CS-Script home page: This is great — a way to script in C#. (In the end, it’s just a way to not have to explicitly compile stuff before you run it, really, but still handy.)

CS-Script combines the power and richness of C# and FCL with the flexibility of a scripting system. CS-Script can by useful for system and network administrators, developers and testers. For any one who needs an automation for solving variety of programming tasks.



  1. I really don’t get it…

    My mum used to say.. lazy work doubles thhe work. Instead of learning to use the csc.exe command line parameters, they come up with an extra engine…. on top of the CLR…

    not my choice… for sure…

  2. That’s true, really. The only big benefit is that your source is not separated from your binary. So if something breaks, it’s easy to crank it open and see exactly what it was doing.

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