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F-Script Anywhere for Mac OS X Mavericks (10.9), Yosemite (10.10), El Capitan (10.11)

##Description## This repository contains an updated F-Script Anywhere Automator workflow compatible with Mac OS X Mavericks. In Mavericks, GDB was retired and therefore this workflow uses LLDB instead. The original F-Script Anywhere for Snow Leopard was written by Silvio H. Ferreira.

##What is F-Script?## F-Script is a Smalltalk inspired programming language. F-Script's runtime can be injected into running processes and allows for interactive exploration of running processes. It is therefore a great tool e.g. for debugging or reverse engineering. You can see F-Script in action here.

##How to install## You have to have F-Script installed in order to use this workflow (install from here). After unpacking the F-Script zip file, copy the FScript.framework to /Library/Frameworks. Then install this workflow. After launching an application into which you want to inject F-Script, open the main application menu, select Services and click Inject_FScript as shown on the image below.


A new item F-Script should appear on the top menu bar as shown on the image below. You can then launch the F-Script environment.


##Other considerations## For whatever reason the F-Script console treats the input of a single straight quotation mark ' as a curved unicode quotation mark . In order to input e.g. a string literal (which is in F-Script delimited by two single straight quotation marks), one must input the straight quotation mark using a key combination control + '.

Update(Jul 23, 2015): It appears that the quote issue has been fixed in recent versions of F-Script.


F-Script Anywhere for Mac OS X Mavericks (10.9), Yosemite (10.10), El Capitan (10.11)






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