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May 14, 2008

This would support using .Net assemblies from BTM batch files. It might also allow for exporting a .BTM file as a .Net assembly. (It might be similar to the Perl.Net support in the ActiveState PDK.)

Tim Butterfield on February 05, 2011 12:00
TCC can use .NET assemblies via PSHELL/@PSHELL

It would be even better if there was a method of using .NET assemblies directly from TCC.

Maybe plugins could be written in .NET?

There was a previous attempt, but maybe something designed by JPSoft?

From the GitHub site (above link);
However, the plugin API isn't particularly well documented, and JPSoft provide only Delphi and C++ examples. Having no interest in writing all my manhandling code in C++, I put this together. I hope this project will facilitate customizing the shell more easily. It seems very powerful -- there doesn't seem much that can't be controlled via plugins.

Ergo, have JPSoft provide a working C# plugin example.