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Old 05-28-2012, 05:08 PM   #150
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Originally Posted by eureka View Post
Hey, another "serious" idea I was a little tired with compiling patches. So it would be cool to embed scripting engine (beanshell or, maybe, jruby/jython or something else), so that patches could be distributed not only in compiled Java .class form, but also as plain text files with scripts which will be interpreted at KT.
All *nix (and *nix related) systems have that: it is called a: "package management system".

Often not included (internally) in an embedded system build, but there is 3Gbyte of r/w storage on these things, so plenty of room to put it back in.
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