You can even use Script# to work against other existing frameworks and APIs such as jQuery, jQuery plugins and Knockout, and can be extended to work against other existing script.
The following set of links are relevant if you're using Script# and want to learn more or ask questions, or stay up-to-date.
- Script# Project page
- Latest released build (packaged as a Visual Studio extension containing Script# project and item templates)
- Issues, suggestions here on GitHub. Also, check this out to participate in future design questions, calls for feedback, etc.
- For general discussion and Q&A, use StackOverflow
- Follow @scriptsharp and @nikhilk on twitter to keep up with updates and announcements.
The Script# Wiki contains the following bits of information if you're checking out the repository, are interested in creating a private build, or even better, looking to contribute to the project.
- Repository Contents
- Status, including roadmap and some thoughts about areas of contribution
- Building and testing the sources, and information on using private as well as incremental pre-release builds
- Coding guidelines
Script# builds on the excellent Mono.Cecil project. Thanks to Jb Evain.
Thanks to all the contributors who have contributed to Script# over time. Your contributions are welcome, and appreciated. Let me know how you can help - whether its in the form of a feature, a sample, or some evangelizing/spreading the word, or via a suggestion. See the status page in the wiki for roadmap, plans, and some thoughts about possible contributions.
Copyright (c) 2012, Script# Project. Script# is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.