AngleSharp.Scripting extends the core AngleSharp library with some useful scripting capabilities. This repository contains multiple packages. All of them are quickly presented in this file.
Current status of this repository:
Additionally this library has eventually the goal of providing a very fancy way of integrating Roslyn, scriptcs or any other C# script engine. In HTML files that have been parsed with a configuration that uses
WithCSharp, scripts can be provided in using the
text/c-sharp type. Such scripts will then be transformed and evaluated by the provided C# script engine.
The transformation should set the
this pointer to the
IWindow instance. Additionally the DLR will be used. Finally, it will be possible to also reference other libraries in the script. The script tag might be used to include external libraries via NuGet.
Status Highly experimental and most things are not implemented.
The library comes with a service that exposes
IConfiguration. This enables automatic evaluation of
Status Currently leaving experimental stage and becoming alpha ready.
Some legal stuff
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