Clear ScriptEngine Global Variables

Hi,

Is there anyway to clear all global variables from the IronRuby script
engine?

For example if I define a variable in a script and execute it:

$myVar = “Hello”

And then execute another script in a new scriptscope but with the same
ScriptEngine instance and use:

global_variables.each do |var|
print("#{var} = #{eval(’$’ + var)}")
end

Then the myVar variable from the first instance will be listed.

Thanks,

Aaron

if (Runtime.Globals.ContainsVariable(className))
Runtime.Globals.RemoveVariable(className);


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Ivan Porto C.
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Ivan Porto carrero wrote:

if (Runtime.Globals.ContainsVariable(className))
Runtime.Globals.RemoveVariable(className);

What if i don’t know classname though?

My application is operating in a shared environment where a large number
of users are each executing their own custom scripts.

Thanks,

Aaron

Do you want to do it from ruby or from C#?

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Ivan Porto C.
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Twitter: http://twitter.com/casualjim
Author of IronRuby in Action (http://manning.com/carrero)

Is that thread-safe? I’d be worried about deleting entries from a
collection I’m iterating through without knowing the implementation.


Chuck Durfee
Lead Software Architect, CentreSuite
TSYS iSolutions, Golden
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Ivan Porto C.
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Twitter: http://twitter.com/casualjim
Author of IronRuby in Action (http://manning.com/carrero)

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:43 PM, Aaron C. [email protected]
wrote:
Hi,

Is there anyway to clear all global variables from the IronRuby script
engine?

For example if I define a variable in a script and execute it:

$myVar = “Hello”

And then execute another script in a new scriptscope but with the same
ScriptEngine instance and use:

global_variables.each do |var|
print("#{var} = #{eval(’$’ + var)}")
end

Then the myVar variable from the first instance will be listed.

Thanks,

Aaron

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Ivan Porto carrero wrote:

Do you want to do it from ruby or from C#?

From C#.

Runtime.Globals actually don’t contain Ruby global variables ($xxx).
IronRuby publishes global modules defined by a script to this scope.

IronRuby 0.9.1.0 on .NET 2.0.50727.4918
Copyright © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

class C
… end
=> nil

module D
… end
=> nil

IronRuby.globals.methods(false)
=> [‘c’, ‘d’]

IronRuby.globals.C
=> C

IronRuby.globals.D
=> D

IronRuby.globals is a singleton method that returns the DLR Scope object
corresponding to Runtime.Globals.
True Ruby global variables ($ prefixed variables) are listed by
global_variables Ruby method:

global_variables
=> ["~", “&”, “+”, “`”, “’”, “_”, “0”, “!”, “@”, “*”, “/”, “,”, “;”,
“\”, “<”, “>”, “”", “:”, “.”, “?”, “PROGRAM_NAME”
, “stdin”, “stdout”, “defout”, “stderr”, “LOADED_FEATURES”, “LOAD_PATH”,
“-I”, “-O”, “-F”, “FILENAME”, “VERBOSE”, “-v”,
“-w”, “DEBUG”, “-d”, “KCODE”, “-K”, “SAFE”, “$”]

Tomas

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Is that thread-safe? I’d be worried about deleting entries from a
collection I’m iterating through without knowing the implementation.


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Lead Software Architect, CentreSuite
TSYS iSolutions, Golden
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Blog: http://flanders.co.nzhttp://flanders.co.nz/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/casualjim
Author of IronRuby in Action (http://manning.com/carrero)

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 3:43 PM, Aaron C.
<[email protected]mailto:[email protected]> wrote:
Hi,

Is there anyway to clear all global variables from the IronRuby script
engine?

For example if I define a variable in a script and execute it:

$myVar = “Hello”

And then execute another script in a new scriptscope but with the same
ScriptEngine instance and use:

global_variables.each do |var|
print("#{var} = #{eval(’$’ + var)}")
end

Then the myVar variable from the first instance will be listed.

Thanks,

Aaron

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.


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