In computer programming, a script is a program or sequence of instructions that is interpreted or carried out by another program rather than by the computer processor (like a compiled program is).

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Script language native extensions - avoiding name collisions and cluttering others' namespace

I have developed a small scripting language and I've just started writing the very first native library bindings. This is practically the first time I'm writing a native extension to a script ...
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How to Use Python as a “Macro” runner for a C# Application

I am working on an application that the user may wish to automate some features of (but we don't know what at the moment) I would like to provide them some kind of scripting interface so they can play ...
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Unit testing C code?

I learnt about the check testing framework today that seems good. This far I've scripted tests that uses valgrind so that the tests both display output from the tests and from valgrind. Is there a ...
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Checking out and compiling repository. What is the correct approach for starting the compilation process?

I am writing a Bash script that automatically updates a repository containing source code and then compiles it. I have been a bit stuck on the part about how to start the compilation itself, i.e. if I ...
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boiler-plate/pattern for a db patch script

I'm looking for a pattern to follow for a database patch script. We've had problems with customers not running patches, or running them in the wrong order, patches failing etc. and we'd like to get on ...