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  1. <?xml version="1.0"?>
  2. <doc>
  3.     <assembly>
  4.         <name>Microsoft.Scripting</name>
  5.     </assembly>
  6.     <members>
  7.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.DocumentationOperations">
  8.             <summary>
  9.             Provides documentation against live objects for use in a REPL window.
  10.             </summary>
  11.         </member>
  12.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.DocumentationOperations.GetMembers(System.Object)">
  13.             <summary>
  14.             Gets the available members defined on the provided object.
  15.             </summary>
  16.         </member>
  17.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.DocumentationOperations.GetOverloads(System.Object)">
  18.             <summary>
  19.             Gets the overloads available for the provided object if it is invokable.
  20.             </summary>
  21.         </member>
  22.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.DocumentationOperations.GetMembers(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  23.             <summary>
  24.             Gets the available members on the provided remote object.
  25.             </summary>
  26.         </member>
  27.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.DocumentationOperations.GetOverloads(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  28.             <summary>
  29.             Gets the overloads available for the provided remote object if it is invokable.
  30.             </summary>
  31.         </member>
  32.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.MemberDoc">
  33.             <summary>
  34.             Provides documentation about a member in a live object.
  35.             </summary>
  36.         </member>
  37.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.MemberDoc.Name">
  38.             <summary>
  39.             The name of the member
  40.             </summary>
  41.         </member>
  42.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.MemberDoc.Kind">
  43.             <summary>
  44.             The kind of the member if it's known.
  45.             </summary>
  46.         </member>
  47.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.MemberKind">
  48.             <summary>
  49.             Specifies the type of member.
  50.             </summary>
  51.         </member>
  52.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.OverloadDoc">
  53.             <summary>
  54.             Provides documentation for a single overload of an invokable object.
  55.             </summary>
  56.         </member>
  57.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.OverloadDoc.Name">
  58.             <summary>
  59.             The name of the invokable object.
  60.             </summary>
  61.         </member>
  62.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.OverloadDoc.Documentation">
  63.             <summary>
  64.             The documentation for the overload or null if no documentation is available.
  65.             </summary>
  66.         </member>
  67.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.OverloadDoc.Parameters">
  68.             <summary>
  69.             The parameters for the invokable object.
  70.             </summary>
  71.         </member>
  72.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.OverloadDoc.ReturnParameter">
  73.             <summary>
  74.             Information about the return value.
  75.             </summary>
  76.         </member>
  77.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ParameterDoc">
  78.             <summary>
  79.             Provides documentation for a single parameter.
  80.             </summary>
  81.         </member>
  82.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ParameterDoc.Name">
  83.             <summary>
  84.             The name of the parameter
  85.             </summary>
  86.         </member>
  87.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ParameterDoc.TypeName">
  88.             <summary>
  89.             The type name of the parameter or null if no type information is available.
  90.             </summary>
  91.         </member>
  92.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ParameterDoc.Flags">
  93.             <summary>
  94.             Provides addition information about the parameter such as if it's a parameter array.
  95.             </summary>
  96.         </member>
  97.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ParameterDoc.Documentation">
  98.             <summary>
  99.             Gets the documentation string for this parameter or null if no documentation is available.
  100.             </summary>
  101.         </member>
  102.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ParameterFlags">
  103.             <summary>
  104.             Indications extra information about a parameter such as if it's a parameter array.
  105.             </summary>
  106.         </member>
  107.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.IndexSpan">
  108.             <summary>
  109.             This structure represents an immutable integer interval that describes a range of values, from Start to End.
  110.            
  111.             It is closed on the left and open on the right: [Start .. End).
  112.             </summary>
  113.         </member>
  114.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ObjectDictionaryExpando">
  115.             <summary>
  116.             Wraps a an IDictionary[object, object] and exposes it as an IDynamicMetaObjectProvider so that
  117.             users can access string attributes using member accesses.
  118.             </summary>
  119.         </member>
  120.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DocumentationProvider">
  121.             <summary>
  122.             Provides language specific documentation for live objects.
  123.             </summary>
  124.         </member>
  125.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicStackFrame">
  126.             <summary>
  127.             Helper for storing information about stack frames.
  128.             </summary>
  129.         </member>
  130.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.StringDictionaryExpando">
  131.             <summary>
  132.             Exposes a IDictionary[string, object] as a dynamic object.  Gets/sets/deletes turn
  133.             into accesses on the underlying dictionary.
  134.             </summary>
  135.         </member>
  136.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.CompilerOptions">
  137.             <summary>
  138.             Class that represents compiler options.
  139.             Note that this class is likely to change when hosting API becomes part of .Net
  140.             </summary>
  141.         </member>
  142.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ErrorSink.Add(System.String,System.String,System.String,System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceSpan,System.Int32,Microsoft.Scripting.Severity)">
  143.             <summary>
  144.             This overload will be called when a SourceUnit is not available. This can happen if the code is being executed remotely,
  145.             since SourceUnit cannot be marshaled across AppDomains.
  146.             </summary>
  147.         </member>
  148.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode">
  149.             <summary>
  150.             Hosting API counterpart for <see cref="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.ScriptCode"/>.
  151.             </summary>
  152.         </member>
  153.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.Execute">
  154.             <summary>
  155.             Executes code in a default scope.
  156.             </summary>
  157.         </member>
  158.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.Execute(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  159.             <summary>
  160.             Execute code within a given scope and returns the result.
  161.             </summary>
  162.         </member>
  163.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.Execute``1">
  164.             <summary>
  165.             Executes code in in a default scope and converts to a given type.
  166.             </summary>
  167.         </member>
  168.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.Execute``1(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  169.             <summary>
  170.             Execute code within a given scope and converts result to a given type.
  171.             </summary>
  172.         </member>
  173.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.ExecuteAndWrap">
  174.             <summary>
  175.             Executes the code in an empty scope.
  176.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  177.             </summary>
  178.         </member>
  179.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.ExecuteAndWrap(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  180.             <summary>
  181.             Executes the code in the specified scope.
  182.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  183.             </summary>
  184.         </member>
  185.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.ExecuteAndWrap(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  186.             <summary>
  187.             Executes the code in an empty scope.
  188.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  189.            
  190.             If an exception is thrown the exception is caught and an ObjectHandle to
  191.             the exception is provided.
  192.             </summary>
  193.             <remarks>
  194.             Use this API to handle non-serializable exceptions (exceptions might not be serializable due to security restrictions)
  195.             or if an exception serialization loses information.
  196.             </remarks>
  197.         </member>
  198.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.ExecuteAndWrap(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  199.             <summary>
  200.             Executes the expression in the specified scope and return a result.
  201.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  202.            
  203.             If an exception is thrown the exception is caught and an ObjectHandle to
  204.             the exception is provided.
  205.             </summary>
  206.             <remarks>
  207.             Use this API to handle non-serializable exceptions (exceptions might not be serializable due to security restrictions)
  208.             or if an exception serialization loses information.
  209.             </remarks>
  210.         </member>
  211.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.Engine">
  212.             <summary>
  213.             Engine that compiled this code.
  214.             </summary>
  215.         </member>
  216.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode.DefaultScope">
  217.             <summary>
  218.             Default scope for this code.
  219.             </summary>
  220.         </member>
  221.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ErrorListener">
  222.             <summary>
  223.             The host can use this class to track for errors reported during script parsing and compilation.
  224.             Hosting API counterpart for <see cref="T:Microsoft.Scripting.ErrorSink"/>.
  225.             </summary>
  226.         </member>
  227.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ErrorListenerProxySink">
  228.             <summary>
  229.             Bridges ErrorSink and ErrorListener.
  230.             Errors reported by language compilers to ErrorSink are forwarded to the ErrorListener provided by the host.
  231.             </summary>
  232.             <remarks>
  233.             This proxy is created in the scenario when the compiler is processing a single SourceUnit.
  234.             Therefore it could maintain one to one mapping from SourceUnit to ScriptSource.
  235.             In a case, which shouldn't happen, that the compiler reports an error in a different SourceUnit we just create
  236.             a new instance of the ScriptSource each time.
  237.            
  238.             TODO: Consider compilation of multiple source units and creating a hashtable mapping SourceUnits to ScriptSources
  239.             within the context of compilation unit.
  240.             </remarks>
  241.         </member>
  242.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ErrorSinkProxyListener">
  243.             <summary>
  244.             Bridges ErrorListener and ErrorSink. It provides the reverse functionality as ErrorSinkProxyListener
  245.             </summary>
  246.         </member>
  247.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup">
  248.             <summary>
  249.             Stores information needed to setup a language
  250.             </summary>
  251.         </member>
  252.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.#ctor(System.String)">
  253.             <summary>
  254.             Creates a new LanguageSetup
  255.             </summary>
  256.             <param name="typeName">assembly qualified type name of the language
  257.             provider</param>
  258.         </member>
  259.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.#ctor(System.String,System.String)">
  260.             <summary>
  261.             Creates a new LanguageSetup with the provided options
  262.             TODO: remove this overload?
  263.             </summary>
  264.         </member>
  265.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.#ctor(System.String,System.String,System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable{System.String},System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable{System.String})">
  266.             <summary>
  267.             Creates a new LanguageSetup with the provided options
  268.             </summary>
  269.         </member>
  270.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.GetOption``1(System.String,``0)">
  271.             <summary>
  272.             Gets an option as a strongly typed value.
  273.             </summary>
  274.         </member>
  275.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.TypeName">
  276.             <summary>
  277.             The assembly qualified type name of the language provider
  278.             </summary>
  279.         </member>
  280.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.DisplayName">
  281.             <summary>
  282.             Display name of the language. If empty, it will be set to the first
  283.             name in the Names list.
  284.             </summary>
  285.         </member>
  286.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.Names">
  287.             <remarks>
  288.             Case-insensitive language names.
  289.             </remarks>
  290.         </member>
  291.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.FileExtensions">
  292.             <remarks>
  293.             Case-insensitive file extension, optionally starts with a dot.
  294.             </remarks>
  295.         </member>
  296.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.LanguageSetup.Options">
  297.             <remarks>
  298.             Option names are case-sensitive.
  299.             </remarks>
  300.         </member>
  301.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations">
  302.             <summary>
  303.             ObjectOperations provide a large catalogue of object operations such as member access, conversions,
  304.             indexing, and things like addition.  There are several introspection and tool support services available
  305.             for more advanced hosts.  
  306.            
  307.             You get ObjectOperation instances from ScriptEngine, and they are bound to their engines for the semantics
  308.             of the operations.  There is a default instance of ObjectOperations you can share across all uses of the
  309.             engine.  However, very advanced hosts can create new instances.
  310.             </summary>
  311.         </member>
  312.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.IsCallable(System.Object)">
  313.             <summary>
  314.             Returns true if the object can be called, false if it cannot.  
  315.            
  316.             Even if an object is callable Call may still fail if an incorrect number of arguments or type of arguments are provided.
  317.             </summary>
  318.         </member>
  319.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Invoke(System.Object,System.Object[])">
  320.             <summary>
  321.             Invokes the provided object with the given parameters and returns the result.
  322.            
  323.             The prefered way of calling objects is to convert the object to a strongly typed delegate
  324.             using the ConvertTo methods and then invoking that delegate.
  325.             </summary>
  326.         </member>
  327.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.InvokeMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object[])">
  328.             <summary>
  329.             Invokes a member on the provided object with the given parameters and returns the result.
  330.             </summary>
  331.         </member>
  332.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.CreateInstance(System.Object,System.Object[])">
  333.             <summary>
  334.             Creates a new instance from the provided object using the given parameters, and returns the result.
  335.             </summary>
  336.         </member>
  337.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMember(System.Object,System.String)">
  338.             <summary>
  339.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Throws an exception if the member does not exist or is write-only.
  340.             </summary>
  341.         </member>
  342.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMember``1(System.Object,System.String)">
  343.             <summary>
  344.             Gets the member name from the object obj and converts it to the type T.  Throws an exception if the
  345.             member does not exist, is write-only, or cannot be converted.
  346.             </summary>
  347.         </member>
  348.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryGetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object@)">
  349.             <summary>
  350.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Returns true if the member is successfully retrieved and
  351.             stores the value in the value out param.
  352.             </summary>
  353.         </member>
  354.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ContainsMember(System.Object,System.String)">
  355.             <summary>
  356.             Returns true if the object has a member named name, false if the member does not exist.
  357.             </summary>
  358.         </member>
  359.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.RemoveMember(System.Object,System.String)">
  360.             <summary>
  361.             Removes the member name from the object obj.  
  362.             </summary>
  363.         </member>
  364.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.SetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object)">
  365.             <summary>
  366.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.
  367.             </summary>
  368.         </member>
  369.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.SetMember``1(System.Object,System.String,``0)">
  370.             <summary>
  371.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.  This overload can be used to avoid
  372.             boxing and casting of strongly typed members.
  373.             </summary>
  374.         </member>
  375.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  376.             <summary>
  377.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Throws an exception if the member does not exist or is write-only.
  378.             </summary>
  379.         </member>
  380.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMember``1(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  381.             <summary>
  382.             Gets the member name from the object obj and converts it to the type T.  Throws an exception if the
  383.             member does not exist, is write-only, or cannot be converted.
  384.             </summary>
  385.         </member>
  386.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryGetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean,System.Object@)">
  387.             <summary>
  388.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Returns true if the member is successfully retrieved and
  389.             stores the value in the value out param.
  390.             </summary>
  391.         </member>
  392.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ContainsMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  393.             <summary>
  394.             Returns true if the object has a member named name, false if the member does not exist.
  395.             </summary>
  396.         </member>
  397.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.RemoveMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  398.             <summary>
  399.             Removes the member name from the object obj.  
  400.             </summary>
  401.         </member>
  402.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.SetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object,System.Boolean)">
  403.             <summary>
  404.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.
  405.             </summary>
  406.         </member>
  407.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.SetMember``1(System.Object,System.String,``0,System.Boolean)">
  408.             <summary>
  409.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.  This overload can be used to avoid
  410.             boxing and casting of strongly typed members.
  411.             </summary>
  412.         </member>
  413.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ConvertTo``1(System.Object)">
  414.             <summary>
  415.             Converts the object obj to the type T.  The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on
  416.             what the langauge prefers.
  417.             </summary>
  418.         </member>
  419.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type)">
  420.             <summary>
  421.             Converts the object obj to the type type. The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on
  422.             what the langauge prefers.
  423.             </summary>
  424.         </member>
  425.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryConvertTo``1(System.Object,``0@)">
  426.             <summary>
  427.             Converts the object obj to the type T.  Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  428.            
  429.             The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on what the langauge prefers.
  430.             </summary>
  431.         </member>
  432.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type,System.Object@)">
  433.             <summary>
  434.             Converts the object obj to the type type.  Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  435.            
  436.             The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on what the langauge prefers.
  437.             </summary>
  438.         </member>
  439.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ExplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object)">
  440.             <summary>
  441.             Converts the object obj to the type T including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  442.             </summary>
  443.         </member>
  444.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ExplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type)">
  445.             <summary>
  446.             Converts the object obj to the type type including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  447.             </summary>
  448.         </member>
  449.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryExplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object,``0@)">
  450.             <summary>
  451.             Converts the object obj to the type T including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  452.            
  453.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  454.             </summary>
  455.         </member>
  456.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryExplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type,System.Object@)">
  457.             <summary>
  458.             Converts the object obj to the type type including explicit conversions which may lose information.  
  459.            
  460.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  461.             </summary>
  462.         </member>
  463.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ImplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object)">
  464.             <summary>
  465.             Converts the object obj to the type T including implicit conversions.
  466.             </summary>
  467.         </member>
  468.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ImplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type)">
  469.             <summary>
  470.             Converts the object obj to the type type including implicit conversions.
  471.             </summary>
  472.         </member>
  473.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryImplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object,``0@)">
  474.             <summary>
  475.             Converts the object obj to the type T including implicit conversions.
  476.            
  477.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  478.             </summary>
  479.         </member>
  480.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryImplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type,System.Object@)">
  481.             <summary>
  482.             Converts the object obj to the type type including implicit conversions.  
  483.            
  484.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  485.             </summary>
  486.         </member>
  487.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.DoOperation(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,System.Object)">
  488.             <summary>
  489.             Performs a generic unary operation on the specified target and returns the result.
  490.             </summary>
  491.         </member>
  492.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.DoOperation``2(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,``0)">
  493.             <summary>
  494.             Performs a generic unary operation on the strongly typed target and returns the value as the specified type
  495.             </summary>
  496.         </member>
  497.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.DoOperation(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,System.Object,System.Object)">
  498.             <summary>
  499.             Performs the generic binary operation on the specified targets and returns the result.
  500.             </summary>
  501.         </member>
  502.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.DoOperation``3(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,``0,``1)">
  503.             <summary>
  504.             Peforms the generic binary operation on the specified strongly typed targets and returns
  505.             the strongly typed result.
  506.             </summary>
  507.         </member>
  508.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Add(System.Object,System.Object)">
  509.             <summary>
  510.             Performs addition on the specified targets and returns the result.  Throws an exception
  511.             if the operation cannot be performed.
  512.             </summary>
  513.         </member>
  514.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Subtract(System.Object,System.Object)">
  515.             <summary>
  516.             Performs subtraction on the specified targets and returns the result.  Throws an exception
  517.             if the operation cannot be performed.
  518.             </summary>
  519.         </member>
  520.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Power(System.Object,System.Object)">
  521.             <summary>
  522.             Raises the first object to the power of the second object.  Throws an exception
  523.             if the operation cannot be performed.
  524.             </summary>
  525.         </member>
  526.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Multiply(System.Object,System.Object)">
  527.             <summary>
  528.             Multiplies the two objects.  Throws an exception
  529.             if the operation cannot be performed.
  530.             </summary>
  531.         </member>
  532.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Divide(System.Object,System.Object)">
  533.             <summary>
  534.             Divides the first object by the second object.  Throws an exception
  535.             if the operation cannot be performed.
  536.             </summary>
  537.         </member>
  538.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Modulo(System.Object,System.Object)">
  539.             <summary>
  540.             Performs modulus of the 1st object by the second object.  Throws an exception
  541.             if the operation cannot be performed.
  542.             </summary>
  543.         </member>
  544.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.LeftShift(System.Object,System.Object)">
  545.             <summary>
  546.             Shifts the left object left by the right object.  Throws an exception if the
  547.             operation cannot be performed.
  548.             </summary>
  549.         </member>
  550.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.RightShift(System.Object,System.Object)">
  551.             <summary>
  552.             Shifts the left object right by the right object.  Throws an exception if the
  553.             operation cannot be performed.
  554.             </summary>
  555.         </member>
  556.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.BitwiseAnd(System.Object,System.Object)">
  557.             <summary>
  558.             Performs a bitwise-and of the two operands.  Throws an exception if the operation
  559.             cannot be performed.
  560.             </summary>
  561.         </member>
  562.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.BitwiseOr(System.Object,System.Object)">
  563.             <summary>
  564.             Performs a bitwise-or of the two operands.  Throws an exception if the operation
  565.             cannot be performed.
  566.             </summary>
  567.         </member>
  568.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ExclusiveOr(System.Object,System.Object)">
  569.             <summary>
  570.             Performs a exclusive-or of the two operands.  Throws an exception if the operation
  571.             cannot be performed.
  572.             </summary>
  573.         </member>
  574.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.LessThan(System.Object,System.Object)">
  575.             <summary>
  576.             Compares the two objects and returns true if the left object is less than the right object.
  577.             Throws an exception if hte comparison cannot be performed.
  578.             </summary>
  579.         </member>
  580.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GreaterThan(System.Object,System.Object)">
  581.             <summary>
  582.             Compares the two objects and returns true if the left object is greater than the right object.
  583.             Throws an exception if hte comparison cannot be performed.
  584.             </summary>
  585.         </member>
  586.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.LessThanOrEqual(System.Object,System.Object)">
  587.             <summary>
  588.             Compares the two objects and returns true if the left object is less than or equal to the right object.
  589.             Throws an exception if hte comparison cannot be performed.
  590.             </summary>
  591.         </member>
  592.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GreaterThanOrEqual(System.Object,System.Object)">
  593.             <summary>
  594.             Compares the two objects and returns true if the left object is greater than or equal to the right object.
  595.             Throws an exception if hte comparison cannot be performed.
  596.             </summary>
  597.         </member>
  598.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Equal(System.Object,System.Object)">
  599.             <summary>
  600.             Compares the two objects and returns true if the left object is equal to the right object.
  601.             Throws an exception if the comparison cannot be performed.
  602.             </summary>
  603.         </member>
  604.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.NotEqual(System.Object,System.Object)">
  605.             <summary>
  606.             Compares the two objects and returns true if the left object is not equal to the right object.
  607.             Throws an exception if hte comparison cannot be performed.
  608.             </summary>
  609.         </member>
  610.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetCodeRepresentation(System.Object)">
  611.             <summary>
  612.             Returns a string which describes the object as it appears in source code
  613.             </summary>
  614.         </member>
  615.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Format(System.Object)">
  616.             <summary>
  617.             Returns a string representation of the object in a language specific object display format.
  618.             </summary>
  619.         </member>
  620.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMemberNames(System.Object)">
  621.             <summary>
  622.             Returns a list of strings which contain the known members of the object.
  623.             </summary>
  624.         </member>
  625.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetDocumentation(System.Object)">
  626.             <summary>
  627.             Returns a string providing documentation for the specified object.
  628.             </summary>
  629.         </member>
  630.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetCallSignatures(System.Object)">
  631.             <summary>
  632.             Returns a list of signatures applicable for calling the specified object in a form displayable to the user.
  633.             </summary>
  634.         </member>
  635.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.IsCallable(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  636.             <summary>
  637.             Returns true if the remote object is callable.
  638.             </summary>
  639.         </member>
  640.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Invoke(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle[])">
  641.             <summary>
  642.             Invokes the specified remote object with the specified remote parameters.
  643.            
  644.             Though delegates are preferable for calls they may not always be usable for remote objects.
  645.             </summary>
  646.         </member>
  647.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Invoke(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Object[])">
  648.             <summary>
  649.             Invokes the specified remote object with the local parameters which will be serialized
  650.             to the remote app domain.
  651.             </summary>
  652.         </member>
  653.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.CreateInstance(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle[])">
  654.             <summary>
  655.             Creates a new remote instance from the provided remote object using the given parameters, and returns the result.
  656.             </summary>
  657.         </member>
  658.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.CreateInstance(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Object[])">
  659.             <summary>
  660.             Creates a new remote instance from the provided remote object using the given parameters, and returns the result.
  661.             </summary>
  662.         </member>
  663.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.SetMember(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.String,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  664.             <summary>
  665.             Sets the remote object as a member on the provided remote object.
  666.             </summary>
  667.         </member>
  668.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.SetMember``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.String,``0)">
  669.             <summary>
  670.             Sets the member name on the remote object obj to value.  This overload can be used to avoid
  671.             boxing and casting of strongly typed members.
  672.             </summary>
  673.         </member>
  674.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMember(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.String)">
  675.             <summary>
  676.             Gets the member name on the remote object.  Throws an exception if the member is not defined or
  677.             is write-only.
  678.             </summary>
  679.         </member>
  680.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMember``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.String)">
  681.             <summary>
  682.             Gets the member name on the remote object.  Throws an exception if the member is not defined or
  683.             is write-only.
  684.             </summary>
  685.         </member>
  686.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryGetMember(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.String,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  687.             <summary>
  688.             Gets the member name on the remote object.  Returns false if the member is not defined or
  689.             is write-only.
  690.             </summary>
  691.         </member>
  692.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ContainsMember(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.String)">
  693.             <summary>
  694.             Tests to see if the member name is defined on the remote object.  
  695.             </summary>
  696.         </member>
  697.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.RemoveMember(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.String)">
  698.             <summary>
  699.             Removes the member from the remote object
  700.             </summary>
  701.         </member>
  702.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ConvertTo``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  703.             <summary>
  704.             Converts the remote object into the specified type returning a handle to
  705.             the new remote object. The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on
  706.             what the langauge prefers.
  707.             </summary>
  708.         </member>
  709.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ConvertTo(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Type)">
  710.             <summary>
  711.             Converts the remote object into the specified type returning a handle to
  712.             the new remote object. The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on
  713.             what the langauge prefers.
  714.             </summary>
  715.         </member>
  716.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryConvertTo``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  717.             <summary>
  718.             Converts the remote object into the specified type returning a handle to
  719.             the new remote object. Returns true if the value can be converted,
  720.             false if it cannot. The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on
  721.             what the langauge prefers.
  722.             </summary>
  723.         </member>
  724.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryConvertTo(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Type,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  725.             <summary>
  726.             Converts the remote object into the specified type returning a handle to
  727.             the new remote object. Returns true if the value can be converted,
  728.             false if it cannot. The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on
  729.             what the langauge prefers.
  730.             </summary>
  731.         </member>
  732.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ExplicitConvertTo``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  733.             <summary>
  734.             Converts the object obj to the type T including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  735.             </summary>
  736.         </member>
  737.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ExplicitConvertTo(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Type)">
  738.             <summary>
  739.             Converts the object obj to the type type including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  740.             </summary>
  741.         </member>
  742.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryExplicitConvertTo``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  743.             <summary>
  744.             Converts the object obj to the type T including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  745.            
  746.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  747.             </summary>
  748.         </member>
  749.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryExplicitConvertTo(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Type,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  750.             <summary>
  751.             Converts the object obj to the type type including explicit conversions which may lose information.  
  752.            
  753.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  754.             </summary>
  755.         </member>
  756.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ImplicitConvertTo``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  757.             <summary>
  758.             Converts the object obj to the type T including implicit conversions.
  759.             </summary>
  760.         </member>
  761.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ImplicitConvertTo(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Type)">
  762.             <summary>
  763.             Converts the object obj to the type type including implicit conversions.
  764.             </summary>
  765.         </member>
  766.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryImplicitConvertTo``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  767.             <summary>
  768.             Converts the object obj to the type T including implicit conversions.
  769.            
  770.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  771.             </summary>
  772.         </member>
  773.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.TryImplicitConvertTo(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Type,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  774.             <summary>
  775.             Converts the object obj to the type type including implicit conversions.  
  776.            
  777.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  778.             </summary>
  779.         </member>
  780.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Unwrap``1(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  781.             <summary>
  782.             Unwraps the remote object and converts it into the specified type before
  783.             returning it.
  784.             </summary>
  785.         </member>
  786.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.DoOperation(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  787.             <summary>
  788.             Performs the specified unary operator on the remote object.
  789.             </summary>
  790.         </member>
  791.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.DoOperation(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  792.             <summary>
  793.             Performs the specified binary operator on the remote object.
  794.             </summary>
  795.         </member>
  796.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Add(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  797.             <summary>
  798.             Adds the two remote objects.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  799.             </summary>
  800.         </member>
  801.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Subtract(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  802.             <summary>
  803.             Subtracts the 1st remote object from the second.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  804.             </summary>
  805.         </member>
  806.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Power(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  807.             <summary>
  808.             Raises the 1st remote object to the power of the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  809.             </summary>
  810.         </member>
  811.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Multiply(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  812.             <summary>
  813.             Multiplies the two remote objects.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  814.             </summary>
  815.         </member>
  816.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Divide(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  817.             <summary>
  818.             Divides the 1st remote object by the 2nd. Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  819.             </summary>
  820.         </member>
  821.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Modulo(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  822.             <summary>
  823.             Performs modulus on the 1st remote object by the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  824.             </summary>        
  825.         </member>
  826.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.LeftShift(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  827.             <summary>
  828.             Shifts the 1st remote object left by the 2nd remote object.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  829.             </summary>
  830.         </member>
  831.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.RightShift(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  832.             <summary>
  833.             Shifts the 1st remote  object right by the 2nd remote object.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  834.             </summary>
  835.         </member>
  836.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.BitwiseAnd(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  837.             <summary>
  838.             Performs bitwise-and on the two remote objects.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  839.             </summary>
  840.         </member>
  841.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.BitwiseOr(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  842.             <summary>
  843.             Performs bitwise-or on the two remote objects.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  844.             </summary>
  845.         </member>
  846.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.ExclusiveOr(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  847.             <summary>
  848.             Performs exclusive-or on the two remote objects.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  849.             </summary>
  850.         </member>
  851.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.LessThan(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  852.             <summary>
  853.             Compares the two remote objects and returns true if the 1st is less than the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  854.             </summary>
  855.         </member>
  856.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GreaterThan(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  857.             <summary>
  858.             Compares the two remote objects and returns true if the 1st is greater than the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  859.             </summary>
  860.         </member>
  861.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.LessThanOrEqual(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  862.             <summary>
  863.             Compares the two remote objects and returns true if the 1st is less than or equal to the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  864.             </summary>
  865.         </member>
  866.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GreaterThanOrEqual(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  867.             <summary>
  868.             Compares the two remote objects and returns true if the 1st is greater than or equal to than the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  869.             </summary>
  870.         </member>
  871.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Equal(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  872.             <summary>
  873.             Compares the two remote objects and returns true if the 1st is equal to the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  874.             </summary>
  875.         </member>
  876.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.NotEqual(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  877.             <summary>
  878.             Compares the two remote objects and returns true if the 1st is not equal to the 2nd.  Throws an exception if the operation cannot be performed.
  879.             </summary>
  880.         </member>
  881.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.Format(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  882.             <summary>
  883.             Returns a string representation of the object in a langauge specific object display format.
  884.             </summary>
  885.         </member>
  886.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetMemberNames(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  887.             <summary>
  888.             Returns a list of strings which contain the known members of the remote object.
  889.             </summary>
  890.         </member>
  891.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetDocumentation(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  892.             <summary>
  893.             Returns a string providing documentation for the specified remote object.
  894.             </summary>
  895.         </member>
  896.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetCallSignatures(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  897.             <summary>
  898.             Returns a list of signatures applicable for calling the specified object in a form displayable to the user.
  899.             </summary>
  900.         </member>
  901.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetLocalObject(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  902.             <summary>
  903.             Helper to unwrap an object - in the future maybe we should validate the current app domain.
  904.             </summary>
  905.         </member>
  906.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ObjectOperations.GetLocalObjects(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle[])">
  907.             <summary>
  908.             Helper to unwrap multiple objects
  909.             </summary>
  910.         </member>
  911.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.LanguageOptions.GetStringCollectionOption(System.Collections.Generic.IDictionary{System.String,System.Object},System.String,System.Char[])">
  912.             <summary>
  913.             Reads an option whose value is expected to be a collection of non-null strings.
  914.             Reaturns a read-only copy of the option's value.
  915.             </summary>
  916.         </member>
  917.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.LanguageOptions.NoAdaptiveCompilation">
  918.             <summary>
  919.             Dynamically choose between interpreting, simple compilation and compilation
  920.             that takes advantage of runtime history.
  921.             </summary>
  922.         </member>
  923.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.LanguageOptions.CompilationThreshold">
  924.             <summary>
  925.             The number of iterations before the interpreter starts compiling.s
  926.             </summary>
  927.         </member>
  928.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.LanguageOptions.ExceptionDetail">
  929.             <summary>
  930.              Display exception detail (callstack) when exception gets caught
  931.             </summary>
  932.         </member>
  933.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.LanguageOptions.PerfStats">
  934.             <summary>
  935.             Whether to gather performance statistics.
  936.             </summary>
  937.         </member>
  938.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.LanguageOptions.SearchPaths">
  939.             <summary>
  940.             Initial file search paths provided by the host.
  941.             </summary>
  942.         </member>
  943.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.PlatformAdaptationLayer">
  944.             <summary>
  945.             Abstracts system operations that are used by DLR and could potentially be platform specific.
  946.             The host can implement its PAL to adapt DLR to the platform it is running on.
  947.             For example, the Silverlight host adapts some file operations to work against files on the server.
  948.             </summary>
  949.         </member>
  950.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.PlatformAdaptationLayer.GetFullPath(System.String)">
  951.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentException">Invalid path.</exception>
  952.         </member>
  953.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.PlatformAdaptationLayer.IsAbsolutePath(System.String)">
  954.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentException">Invalid path.</exception>
  955.         </member>
  956.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers">
  957.             <summary>
  958.             Advanced APIs for HAPI providers. These methods should not be used by hosts.
  959.             They are provided for other hosting API implementers that would like to leverage existing HAPI and
  960.             extend it with language specific functionality, for example.
  961.             </summary>
  962.         </member>
  963.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.GetDomainManager(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime)">
  964.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="runtime"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  965.             <exception cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException"><paramref name="runtime"/> is remote.</exception>
  966.         </member>
  967.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.GetLanguageContext(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine)">
  968.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="engine"/>e is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  969.             <exception cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException"><paramref name="engine"/> is remote.</exception>
  970.         </member>
  971.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.GetSourceUnit(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource)">
  972.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="scriptSource"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  973.             <exception cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException"><paramref name="scriptSource"/> is remote.</exception>
  974.         </member>
  975.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.GetScriptCode(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.CompiledCode)">
  976.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="compiledCode"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  977.             <exception cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException"><paramref name="compiledCode"/> is remote.</exception>
  978.         </member>
  979.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.GetSharedIO(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptIO)">
  980.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="io"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  981.             <exception cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException"><paramref name="io"/> is remote.</exception>
  982.         </member>
  983.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.GetScope(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  984.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="scriptScope"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  985.             <exception cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException"><paramref name="scriptScope"/> is remote.</exception>
  986.         </member>
  987.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.CreateScriptScope(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine,Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope)">
  988.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="engine"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  989.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="scope"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  990.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentException"><paramref name="engine"/> is a transparent proxy.</exception>
  991.         </member>
  992.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.CallEngine``2(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine,System.Func{Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext,``0,``1},``0)">
  993.             <summary>
  994.             Performs a callback in the ScriptEngine's app domain and returns the result.
  995.             </summary>
  996.         </member>
  997.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.Providers.HostingHelpers.CreateDocumentationOperations(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DocumentationProvider)">
  998.             <summary>
  999.             Creates a new DocumentationOperations object from the given DocumentationProvider.
  1000.             </summary>
  1001.         </member>
  1002.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine">
  1003.             <summary>
  1004.             Represents a language in Hosting API.
  1005.             Hosting API counterpart for <see cref="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.LanguageContext"/>.
  1006.             </summary>
  1007.         </member>
  1008.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateOperations">
  1009.             <summary>
  1010.             Returns a new ObjectOperations object.  See the Operations property for why you might want to call this.
  1011.             </summary>
  1012.         </member>
  1013.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateOperations(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1014.             <summary>
  1015.             Returns a new ObjectOperations object that inherits any semantics particular to the provided ScriptScope.  
  1016.            
  1017.             See the Operations property for why you might want to call this.
  1018.             </summary>
  1019.         </member>
  1020.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.Execute(System.String)">
  1021.             <summary>
  1022.             Executes an expression. The execution is not bound to any particular scope.
  1023.             </summary>
  1024.             <exception cref="T:System.NotSupportedException">The engine doesn't support code execution.</exception>
  1025.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="expression"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1026.         </member>
  1027.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.Execute(System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1028.             <summary>
  1029.             Executes an expression within the specified scope.
  1030.             </summary>
  1031.             <exception cref="T:System.NotSupportedException">The engine doesn't support code execution.</exception>
  1032.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="expression"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1033.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="scope"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1034.         </member>
  1035.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.Execute``1(System.String)">
  1036.             <summary>
  1037.             Executes an expression within a new scope and converts result to the given type.
  1038.             </summary>
  1039.             <exception cref="T:System.NotSupportedException">The engine doesn't support code execution.</exception>
  1040.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="expression"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1041.         </member>
  1042.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.Execute``1(System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1043.             <summary>
  1044.             Executes an expression within the specified scope and converts result to the given type.
  1045.             </summary>
  1046.             <exception cref="T:System.NotSupportedException">The engine doesn't support code execution.</exception>
  1047.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="expression"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1048.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="scope"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1049.         </member>
  1050.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.ExecuteFile(System.String)">
  1051.             <summary>
  1052.             Executes content of the specified file in a new scope and returns that scope.
  1053.             </summary>
  1054.             <exception cref="T:System.NotSupportedException">The engine doesn't support code execution.</exception>
  1055.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="path"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1056.         </member>
  1057.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.ExecuteFile(System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1058.             <summary>
  1059.             Executes content of the specified file against the given scope.
  1060.             </summary>
  1061.             <returns>The <paramref name="scope"/>.</returns>
  1062.             <exception cref="T:System.NotSupportedException">The engine doesn't support code execution.</exception>
  1063.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="path"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1064.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="scope"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1065.         </member>
  1066.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.ExecuteAndWrap(System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1067.             <summary>
  1068.             Executes the expression in the specified scope and return a result.
  1069.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1070.             </summary>
  1071.         </member>
  1072.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.ExecuteAndWrap(System.String)">
  1073.             <summary>
  1074.             Executes the code in an empty scope.
  1075.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1076.             </summary>
  1077.         </member>
  1078.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.ExecuteAndWrap(System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  1079.             <summary>
  1080.             Executes the expression in the specified scope and return a result.
  1081.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1082.            
  1083.             If an exception is thrown the exception is caught and an ObjectHandle to
  1084.             the exception is provided.
  1085.             </summary>
  1086.             <remarks>
  1087.             Use this API in case the exception is not serializable (for example, due to security restrictions) or its serialization
  1088.             loses information that you need to access.
  1089.             </remarks>
  1090.         </member>
  1091.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.ExecuteAndWrap(System.String,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  1092.             <summary>
  1093.             Executes the code in an empty scope.
  1094.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1095.            
  1096.             If an exception is thrown the exception is caught and an ObjectHandle to
  1097.             the exception is provided.
  1098.             </summary>
  1099.             <remarks>
  1100.             Use this API in case the exception is not serializable (for example, due to security restrictions) or its serialization
  1101.             loses information that you need to access.
  1102.             </remarks>
  1103.         </member>
  1104.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScope(System.Dynamic.IDynamicMetaObjectProvider)">
  1105.             <summary>
  1106.             Creates a new ScriptScope whose storage is an arbitrary object.
  1107.            
  1108.             Accesses to the ScriptScope will turn into get, set, and delete members against the object.
  1109.             </summary>
  1110.         </member>
  1111.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.GetScope(System.String)">
  1112.             <summary>
  1113.             This method returns the ScriptScope in which a ScriptSource of given path was executed.  
  1114.            
  1115.             The ScriptSource.Path property is the key to finding the ScriptScope.  Hosts need
  1116.             to make sure they create a ScriptSource and set its Path property appropriately.
  1117.            
  1118.             GetScope is primarily useful for tools that need to map files to their execution scopes. For example,
  1119.             an editor and interpreter tool might run a file Foo that imports or requires a file Bar.  
  1120.            
  1121.             The editor's user might later open the file Bar and want to execute expressions in its context.  
  1122.             The tool would need to find Bar's ScriptScope for setting the appropriate context in its interpreter window.
  1123.             This method helps with this scenario.
  1124.             </summary>
  1125.         </member>
  1126.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSourceFromString(System.String)">
  1127.             <summary>
  1128.             Return a ScriptSource object from string contents with the current engine as the language binding.
  1129.            
  1130.             The default SourceCodeKind is AutoDetect.
  1131.            
  1132.             The ScriptSource's Path property defaults to <c>null</c>.
  1133.             </summary>
  1134.         </member>
  1135.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSourceFromString(System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceCodeKind)">
  1136.             <summary>
  1137.             Return a ScriptSource object from string contents with the current engine as the language binding.
  1138.            
  1139.             The ScriptSource's Path property defaults to <c>null</c>.
  1140.             </summary>
  1141.         </member>
  1142.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSourceFromString(System.String,System.String)">
  1143.             <summary>
  1144.             Return a ScriptSource object from string contents with the current engine as the language binding.
  1145.            
  1146.             The default SourceCodeKind is AutoDetect.
  1147.             </summary>
  1148.         </member>
  1149.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSourceFromString(System.String,System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceCodeKind)">
  1150.             <summary>
  1151.             Return a ScriptSource object from string contents.  These are helpers for creating ScriptSources' with the right language binding.
  1152.             </summary>
  1153.         </member>
  1154.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSourceFromFile(System.String)">
  1155.             <summary>
  1156.             Return a ScriptSource object from file contents with the current engine as the language binding.  
  1157.            
  1158.             The path's extension does NOT have to be in ScriptRuntime.GetRegisteredFileExtensions
  1159.             or map to this language engine with ScriptRuntime.GetEngineByFileExtension.
  1160.            
  1161.             The default SourceCodeKind is File.
  1162.            
  1163.             The ScriptSource's Path property will be the path argument.
  1164.            
  1165.             The encoding defaults to System.Text.Encoding.Default.
  1166.             </summary>
  1167.         </member>
  1168.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSourceFromFile(System.String,System.Text.Encoding)">
  1169.             <summary>
  1170.             Return a ScriptSource object from file contents with the current engine as the language binding.  
  1171.            
  1172.             The path's extension does NOT have to be in ScriptRuntime.GetRegisteredFileExtensions
  1173.             or map to this language engine with ScriptRuntime.GetEngineByFileExtension.
  1174.            
  1175.             The default SourceCodeKind is File.
  1176.            
  1177.             The ScriptSource's Path property will be the path argument.
  1178.             </summary>
  1179.         </member>
  1180.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSourceFromFile(System.String,System.Text.Encoding,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceCodeKind)">
  1181.             <summary>
  1182.             Return a ScriptSource object from file contents with the current engine as the language binding.  
  1183.            
  1184.             The path's extension does NOT have to be in ScriptRuntime.GetRegisteredFileExtensions
  1185.             or map to this language engine with ScriptRuntime.GetEngineByFileExtension.
  1186.            
  1187.             The ScriptSource's Path property will be the path argument.
  1188.             </summary>
  1189.         </member>
  1190.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(System.CodeDom.CodeObject)">
  1191.             <summary>
  1192.             This method returns a ScriptSource object from a System.CodeDom.CodeObject.  
  1193.             This is a factory method for creating a ScriptSources with this language binding.
  1194.            
  1195.             The expected CodeDom support is extremely minimal for syntax-independent expression of semantics.  
  1196.            
  1197.             Languages may do more, but hosts should only expect CodeMemberMethod support,
  1198.             and only sub nodes consisting of the following:
  1199.                 CodeSnippetStatement
  1200.                 CodeSnippetExpression
  1201.                 CodePrimitiveExpression
  1202.                 CodeMethodInvokeExpression
  1203.                 CodeExpressionStatement (for holding MethodInvoke)
  1204.             </summary>
  1205.         </member>
  1206.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(System.CodeDom.CodeObject,System.String)">
  1207.             <summary>
  1208.             This method returns a ScriptSource object from a System.CodeDom.CodeObject.  
  1209.             This is a factory method for creating a ScriptSources with this language binding.
  1210.            
  1211.             The expected CodeDom support is extremely minimal for syntax-independent expression of semantics.  
  1212.            
  1213.             Languages may do more, but hosts should only expect CodeMemberMethod support,
  1214.             and only sub nodes consisting of the following:
  1215.                 CodeSnippetStatement
  1216.                 CodeSnippetExpression
  1217.                 CodePrimitiveExpression
  1218.                 CodeMethodInvokeExpression
  1219.                 CodeExpressionStatement (for holding MethodInvoke)
  1220.             </summary>
  1221.         </member>
  1222.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(System.CodeDom.CodeObject,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceCodeKind)">
  1223.             <summary>
  1224.             This method returns a ScriptSource object from a System.CodeDom.CodeObject.  
  1225.             This is a factory method for creating a ScriptSources with this language binding.
  1226.            
  1227.             The expected CodeDom support is extremely minimal for syntax-independent expression of semantics.  
  1228.            
  1229.             Languages may do more, but hosts should only expect CodeMemberMethod support,
  1230.             and only sub nodes consisting of the following:
  1231.                 CodeSnippetStatement
  1232.                 CodeSnippetExpression
  1233.                 CodePrimitiveExpression
  1234.                 CodeMethodInvokeExpression
  1235.                 CodeExpressionStatement (for holding MethodInvoke)
  1236.             </summary>
  1237.         </member>
  1238.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(System.CodeDom.CodeObject,System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceCodeKind)">
  1239.             <summary>
  1240.             This method returns a ScriptSource object from a System.CodeDom.CodeObject.  
  1241.             This is a factory method for creating a ScriptSources with this language binding.
  1242.            
  1243.             The expected CodeDom support is extremely minimal for syntax-independent expression of semantics.  
  1244.            
  1245.             Languages may do more, but hosts should only expect CodeMemberMethod support,
  1246.             and only sub nodes consisting of the following:
  1247.                 CodeSnippetStatement
  1248.                 CodeSnippetExpression
  1249.                 CodePrimitiveExpression
  1250.                 CodeMethodInvokeExpression
  1251.                 CodeExpressionStatement (for holding MethodInvoke)
  1252.             </summary>
  1253.         </member>
  1254.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(Microsoft.Scripting.StreamContentProvider,System.String)">
  1255.             <summary>
  1256.             These methods return ScriptSource objects from stream contents with the current engine as the language binding.  
  1257.            
  1258.             The default SourceCodeKind is File.
  1259.            
  1260.             The encoding defaults to Encoding.Default.
  1261.             </summary>
  1262.         </member>
  1263.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(Microsoft.Scripting.StreamContentProvider,System.String,System.Text.Encoding)">
  1264.             <summary>
  1265.             These methods return ScriptSource objects from stream contents with the current engine as the language binding.  
  1266.            
  1267.             The default SourceCodeKind is File.
  1268.             </summary>
  1269.         </member>
  1270.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(Microsoft.Scripting.StreamContentProvider,System.String,System.Text.Encoding,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceCodeKind)">
  1271.             <summary>
  1272.             These methods return ScriptSource objects from stream contents with the current engine as the language binding.  
  1273.            
  1274.             The encoding defaults to Encoding.Default.
  1275.             </summary>
  1276.         </member>
  1277.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.CreateScriptSource(Microsoft.Scripting.TextContentProvider,System.String,Microsoft.Scripting.SourceCodeKind)">
  1278.             <summary>
  1279.             This method returns a ScriptSource with the content provider supplied with the current engine as the language binding.
  1280.            
  1281.             This helper lets you own the content provider so that you can implement a stream over internal host data structures, such as an editor's text representation.
  1282.             </summary>
  1283.         </member>
  1284.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.GetService``1(System.Object[])">
  1285.             <summary>
  1286.             This method returns a language-specific service.  
  1287.            
  1288.             It provides a point of extensibility for a language implementation
  1289.             to offer more functionality than the standard engine members discussed here.
  1290.            
  1291.             Commonly available services include:
  1292.                 TokenCategorizer
  1293.                     Provides standardized tokenization of source code
  1294.                 ExceptionOperations
  1295.                     Provides formatting of exception objects.
  1296.                 DocumentationProvidera
  1297.                     Provides documentation for live object.
  1298.             </summary>
  1299.         </member>
  1300.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.SetSearchPaths(System.Collections.Generic.ICollection{System.String})">
  1301.             <summary>
  1302.             Sets the search paths used by the engine for loading files when a script wants
  1303.             to import or require another file of code.  
  1304.             </summary>
  1305.             <exception cref="T:System.NotSupportedException">The language doesn't allow to set search paths.</exception>
  1306.         </member>
  1307.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.GetSearchPaths">
  1308.             <summary>
  1309.             Gets the search paths used by the engine for loading files when a script wants
  1310.             to import or require another file of code.  
  1311.             </summary>
  1312.         </member>
  1313.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.Operations">
  1314.             <summary>
  1315.             Returns a default ObjectOperations for the engine.  
  1316.            
  1317.             Because an ObjectOperations object caches rules for the types of
  1318.             objects and operations it processes, using the default ObjectOperations for
  1319.             many objects could degrade the caching benefits.  Eventually the cache for
  1320.             some operations could degrade to a point where ObjectOperations stops caching and
  1321.             does a full search for an implementation of the requested operation for the given objects.  
  1322.            
  1323.             Another reason to create a new ObjectOperations instance is to have it bound
  1324.             to the specific view of a ScriptScope.  Languages may attach per-language
  1325.             behavior to a ScriptScope which would alter how the operations are performed.
  1326.            
  1327.             For simple hosting situations, this is sufficient behavior.
  1328.            
  1329.            
  1330.             </summary>
  1331.         </member>
  1332.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.Setup">
  1333.             <summary>
  1334.             This property returns readon-only LanguageOptions this engine is using.
  1335.             </summary>
  1336.             <remarks>
  1337.             The values are determined during runtime initialization and read-only afterwards.
  1338.             You can change the settings via a configuration file or explicitly using ScriptRuntimeSetup class.
  1339.             </remarks>
  1340.         </member>
  1341.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.Runtime">
  1342.             <summary>
  1343.             This property returns the ScriptRuntime for the context in which this engine executes.
  1344.             </summary>
  1345.         </member>
  1346.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine.LanguageVersion">
  1347.             <summary>
  1348.             This property returns the engine's version as a string.  The format is language-dependent.
  1349.             </summary>
  1350.         </member>
  1351.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptHost">
  1352.              <summary>
  1353.              ScriptHost is collocated with ScriptRuntime in the same app-domain.
  1354.              The host can implement a derived class to consume some notifications and/or
  1355.              customize operations like TryGetSourceUnit,ResolveSourceUnit, etc.
  1356.            
  1357.              The areguments to the the constructor of the derived class are specified in ScriptRuntimeSetup
  1358.              instance that enters ScriptRuntime initialization.
  1359.              
  1360.              If the host is remote with respect to DLR (i.e. also with respect to ScriptHost)
  1361.              and needs to access objects living in its app-domain it can pass MarshalByRefObject
  1362.              as an argument to its ScriptHost subclass constructor.
  1363.              </summary>
  1364.         </member>
  1365.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptHost._runtime">
  1366.             <summary>
  1367.             The runtime the host is attached to.
  1368.             </summary>
  1369.         </member>
  1370.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptHost.RuntimeAttached">
  1371.             <summary>
  1372.             Invoked after the initialization of the associated Runtime is finished.
  1373.             The host can override this method to perform additional initialization of runtime (like loading assemblies etc.).
  1374.             </summary>
  1375.         </member>
  1376.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptHost.EngineCreated(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptEngine)">
  1377.             <summary>
  1378.             Invoked after a new language is loaded into the Runtime.
  1379.             The host can override this method to perform additional initialization of language engines.
  1380.             </summary>
  1381.         </member>
  1382.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptHostProxy">
  1383.             <summary>
  1384.             Provides hosting to DLR. Forwards DLR requests to the ScriptHost.
  1385.             </summary>
  1386.         </member>
  1387.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicRuntimeHostingProvider">
  1388.             <summary>
  1389.             DLR requires any Hosting API provider to implement this class and provide its instance upon Runtime initialization.
  1390.             DLR calls on it to perform basic host/system dependent operations.
  1391.             </summary>
  1392.         </member>
  1393.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicRuntimeHostingProvider.PlatformAdaptationLayer">
  1394.             <summary>
  1395.             Abstracts system operations that are used by DLR and could potentially be platform specific.
  1396.             </summary>
  1397.         </member>
  1398.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptIO">
  1399.             <summary>
  1400.             Provides host-redirectable IO streams used by DLR languages for default IO.
  1401.             </summary>
  1402.         </member>
  1403.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptIO.SetOutput(System.IO.Stream,System.Text.Encoding)">
  1404.             <summary>
  1405.             Used if the host stores the output as binary data.
  1406.             </summary>
  1407.             <param name="stream">Binary stream to write data to.</param>
  1408.             <param name="encoding">Encoding used to convert textual data written to the output by the script.</param>
  1409.         </member>
  1410.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptIO.SetOutput(System.IO.Stream,System.IO.TextWriter)">
  1411.             <summary>
  1412.             Used if the host handles both kinds of data (textual and binary) by itself.
  1413.             </summary>
  1414.         </member>
  1415.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime">
  1416.             <summary>
  1417.             Represents a Dynamic Language Runtime in Hosting API.
  1418.             Hosting API counterpart for <see cref="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ScriptDomainManager"/>.
  1419.             </summary>
  1420.         </member>
  1421.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.#ctor(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup)">
  1422.             <summary>
  1423.             Creates ScriptRuntime in the current app-domain and initialized according to the the specified settings.
  1424.             Creates an instance of host class specified in the setup and associates it with the created runtime.
  1425.             Both Runtime and ScriptHost are collocated in the current app-domain.
  1426.             </summary>
  1427.         </member>
  1428.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.CreateFromConfiguration">
  1429.             <summary>
  1430.             Creates a new runtime with languages set up according to the current application configuration
  1431.             (using System.Configuration).
  1432.             </summary>
  1433.         </member>
  1434.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.CreateRemote(System.AppDomain,Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup)">
  1435.             <summary>
  1436.             Creates ScriptRuntime in the current app-domain and initialized according to the the specified settings.
  1437.             Creates an instance of host class specified in the setup and associates it with the created runtime.
  1438.             Both Runtime and ScriptHost are collocated in the specified app-domain.
  1439.             </summary>
  1440.         </member>
  1441.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.GetEngineByFileExtension(System.String)">
  1442.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentException"></exception>
  1443.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"></exception>
  1444.         </member>
  1445.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.GetEngine(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext)">
  1446.             <summary>
  1447.             Gets engine for the specified language.
  1448.             </summary>
  1449.         </member>
  1450.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.GetEngineNoLockNoNotification(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext,System.Boolean@)">
  1451.             <summary>
  1452.             Looks up the engine for the specified language. If the engine hasn't been created in this Runtime, it is instantiated here.
  1453.             The method doesn't lock nor send notifications to the host.
  1454.             </summary>
  1455.         </member>
  1456.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.ExecuteFile(System.String)">
  1457.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentException">
  1458.             path is empty, contains one or more of the invalid characters defined in GetInvalidPathChars or doesn't have an extension.
  1459.             </exception>
  1460.         </member>
  1461.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.UseFile(System.String)">
  1462.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException">path is null</exception>
  1463.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentException">file extension does not map to language engine</exception>
  1464.             <exception cref="T:System.InvalidOperationException">language does not have any search paths</exception>
  1465.             <exception cref="T:System.IO.FileNotFoundException">file does exist in language's search path</exception>
  1466.         </member>
  1467.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.LoadAssembly(System.Reflection.Assembly)">
  1468.             <summary>
  1469.             This method walks the assembly's namespaces and name bindings to ScriptRuntime.Globals
  1470.             to represent the types available in the assembly.  Each top-level namespace name gets
  1471.             bound in Globals to a dynamic object representing the namespace.  Within each top-level
  1472.             namespace object, nested namespace names are bound to dynamic objects representing each
  1473.             tier of nested namespaces.  When this method encounters the same namespace-qualified name,
  1474.             it merges names together objects representing the namespaces.
  1475.             </summary>
  1476.             <param name="assembly"></param>
  1477.         </member>
  1478.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntime.Globals">
  1479.             <summary>
  1480.             This property returns the "global object" or name bindings of the ScriptRuntime as a ScriptScope.  
  1481.            
  1482.             You can set the globals scope, which you might do if you created a ScriptScope with an
  1483.             IAttributesCollection so that your host could late bind names.
  1484.             </summary>
  1485.         </member>
  1486.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup">
  1487.             <summary>
  1488.             Stores information needed to setup a ScriptRuntime
  1489.             </summary>
  1490.         </member>
  1491.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.ReadConfiguration">
  1492.             <summary>
  1493.             Reads setup from .NET configuration system (.config files).
  1494.             If there is no configuration available returns an empty setup.
  1495.             </summary>
  1496.         </member>
  1497.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.ReadConfiguration(System.IO.Stream)">
  1498.             <summary>
  1499.             Reads setup from a specified XML stream.
  1500.             </summary>
  1501.         </member>
  1502.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.ReadConfiguration(System.String)">
  1503.             <summary>
  1504.             Reads setup from a specified XML file.
  1505.             </summary>
  1506.         </member>
  1507.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.LanguageSetups">
  1508.             <summary>
  1509.             The list of language setup information for languages to load into
  1510.             the runtime
  1511.             </summary>
  1512.         </member>
  1513.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.DebugMode">
  1514.             <summary>
  1515.             Indicates that the script runtime is in debug mode.
  1516.             This means:
  1517.            
  1518.             1) Symbols are emitted for debuggable methods (methods associated with SourceUnit).
  1519.             2) Debuggable methods are emitted to non-collectable types (this is due to CLR limitations on dynamic method debugging).
  1520.             3) JIT optimization is disabled for all methods
  1521.             4) Languages may disable optimizations based on this value.
  1522.             </summary>
  1523.         </member>
  1524.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.PrivateBinding">
  1525.             <summary>
  1526.             Ignore CLR visibility checks
  1527.             </summary>
  1528.         </member>
  1529.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.HostType">
  1530.             <summary>
  1531.             Can be any derived class of ScriptHost. When set, it allows the
  1532.             host to override certain methods to control behavior of the runtime
  1533.             </summary>
  1534.         </member>
  1535.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.Options">
  1536.             <remarks>
  1537.             Option names are case-sensitive.
  1538.             </remarks>
  1539.         </member>
  1540.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptRuntimeSetup.HostArguments">
  1541.             <summary>
  1542.             Arguments passed to the host type when it is constructed
  1543.             </summary>
  1544.         </member>
  1545.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope">
  1546.              <summary>
  1547.              A ScriptScope is a unit of execution for code.  It consists of a global Scope which
  1548.              all code executes in.  A ScriptScope can have an arbitrary initializer and arbitrary
  1549.              reloader.
  1550.              
  1551.              ScriptScope is not thread safe. Host should either lock when multiple threads could
  1552.              access the same module or should make a copy for each thread.
  1553.            
  1554.              Hosting API counterpart for <see cref="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.Scope"/>.
  1555.              </summary>
  1556.         </member>
  1557.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.GetVariable(System.String)">
  1558.             <summary>
  1559.             Gets a value stored in the scope under the given name.
  1560.             </summary>
  1561.             <exception cref="T:System.MissingMemberException">The specified name is not defined in the scope.</exception>
  1562.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1563.         </member>
  1564.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.GetVariable``1(System.String)">
  1565.             <summary>
  1566.             Gets a value stored in the scope under the given name.
  1567.             Converts the result to the specified type using the conversion that the language associated with the scope defines.
  1568.             If no language is associated with the scope, the default CLR conversion is attempted.
  1569.             </summary>
  1570.             <exception cref="T:System.MissingMemberException">The specified name is not defined in the scope.</exception>
  1571.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1572.         </member>
  1573.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.TryGetVariable(System.String,System.Object@)">
  1574.             <summary>
  1575.             Tries to get a value stored in the scope under the given name.
  1576.             </summary>
  1577.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1578.         </member>
  1579.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.TryGetVariable``1(System.String,``0@)">
  1580.             <summary>
  1581.             Tries to get a value stored in the scope under the given name.
  1582.             Converts the result to the specified type using the conversion that the language associated with the scope defines.
  1583.             If no language is associated with the scope, the default CLR conversion is attempted.
  1584.             </summary>
  1585.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1586.         </member>
  1587.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.SetVariable(System.String,System.Object)">
  1588.             <summary>
  1589.             Sets the name to the specified value.
  1590.             </summary>
  1591.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1592.         </member>
  1593.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.GetVariableHandle(System.String)">
  1594.             <summary>
  1595.             Gets a handle for a value stored in the scope under the given name.
  1596.             </summary>
  1597.             <exception cref="T:System.MissingMemberException">The specified name is not defined in the scope.</exception>
  1598.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1599.         </member>
  1600.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.TryGetVariableHandle(System.String,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  1601.             <summary>
  1602.             Tries to get a handle for a value stored in the scope under the given name.
  1603.             Returns <c>true</c> if there is such name, <c>false</c> otherwise.
  1604.             </summary>
  1605.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1606.         </member>
  1607.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.SetVariable(System.String,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle)">
  1608.             <summary>
  1609.             Sets the name to the specified value.
  1610.             </summary>
  1611.             <exception cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationException">
  1612.             The value held by the handle isn't from the scope's app-domain and isn't serializable or MarshalByRefObject.
  1613.             </exception>
  1614.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> or <paramref name="handle"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1615.         </member>
  1616.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.ContainsVariable(System.String)">
  1617.             <summary>
  1618.             Determines if this context or any outer scope contains the defined name.
  1619.             </summary>
  1620.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1621.         </member>
  1622.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.RemoveVariable(System.String)">
  1623.             <summary>
  1624.             Removes the variable of the given name from this scope.
  1625.             </summary>
  1626.             <returns><c>true</c> if the value existed in the scope before it has been removed.</returns>
  1627.             <exception cref="T:System.ArgumentNullException"><paramref name="name"/> is a <c>null</c> reference.</exception>
  1628.         </member>
  1629.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.GetVariableNames">
  1630.             <summary>
  1631.             Gets a list of variable names stored in the scope.
  1632.             </summary>
  1633.         </member>
  1634.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.GetItems">
  1635.             <summary>
  1636.             Gets an array of variable names and their values stored in the scope.
  1637.             </summary>
  1638.         </member>
  1639.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope.Engine">
  1640.             <summary>
  1641.             Gets an engine for the language associated with this scope.
  1642.             Returns invariant engine if the scope is language agnostic.
  1643.             </summary>
  1644.         </member>
  1645.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource">
  1646.             <summary>
  1647.             Hosting counterpart for <see cref="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.SourceUnit"/>.
  1648.             </summary>
  1649.         </member>
  1650.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Compile">
  1651.             <summary>
  1652.             Compile the ScriptSource into CompileCode object that can be executed
  1653.             repeatedly in its default scope or in other scopes without having to recompile the code.
  1654.             </summary>
  1655.             <exception cref="T:Microsoft.Scripting.SyntaxErrorException">Code cannot be compiled.</exception>
  1656.         </member>
  1657.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Compile(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ErrorListener)">
  1658.             <remarks>
  1659.             Errors are reported to the specified listener.
  1660.             Returns <c>null</c> if the parser cannot compile the code due to errors.
  1661.             </remarks>
  1662.         </member>
  1663.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Compile(Microsoft.Scripting.CompilerOptions)">
  1664.             <remarks>
  1665.             Errors are reported to the specified listener.
  1666.             Returns <c>null</c> if the parser cannot compile the code due to error(s).
  1667.             </remarks>
  1668.         </member>
  1669.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Compile(Microsoft.Scripting.CompilerOptions,Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ErrorListener)">
  1670.             <remarks>
  1671.             Errors are reported to the specified listener.
  1672.             Returns <c>null</c> if the parser cannot compile the code due to error(s).
  1673.             </remarks>
  1674.         </member>
  1675.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Execute(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1676.             <summary>
  1677.             Executes the code in the specified scope.
  1678.             Returns an object that is the resulting value of running the code.  
  1679.            
  1680.             When the ScriptSource is a file or statement, the engine decides what is
  1681.             an appropriate value to return.  Some languages return the value produced
  1682.             by the last expression or statement, but languages that are not expression
  1683.             based may return null.
  1684.             </summary>
  1685.             <exception cref="T:Microsoft.Scripting.SyntaxErrorException">Code cannot be compiled.</exception>
  1686.         </member>
  1687.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Execute">
  1688.             <summary>
  1689.             Executes the source code. The execution is not bound to any particular scope.
  1690.             </summary>
  1691.         </member>
  1692.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Execute``1(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1693.             <summary>
  1694.             Executes the code in a specified scope and converts the result to the specified type.
  1695.             The conversion is language specific.
  1696.             </summary>
  1697.         </member>
  1698.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Execute``1">
  1699.             <summary>
  1700.             Executes the code in an empty scope and converts the result to the specified type.
  1701.             The conversion is language specific.
  1702.             </summary>
  1703.         </member>
  1704.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.ExecuteAndWrap">
  1705.             <summary>
  1706.             Executes the code in an empty scope.
  1707.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1708.             </summary>
  1709.         </member>
  1710.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.ExecuteAndWrap(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope)">
  1711.             <summary>
  1712.             Executes the code in the specified scope.
  1713.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1714.             </summary>
  1715.         </member>
  1716.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.ExecuteAndWrap(System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  1717.             <summary>
  1718.             Executes the code in an empty scope.
  1719.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1720.            
  1721.             If an exception is thrown the exception is caught and an ObjectHandle to
  1722.             the exception is provided.
  1723.             </summary>
  1724.             <remarks>
  1725.             Use this API to handle non-serializable exceptions (exceptions might not be serializable due to security restrictions)
  1726.             or if an exception serialization loses information.
  1727.             </remarks>
  1728.         </member>
  1729.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.ExecuteAndWrap(Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptScope,System.Runtime.Remoting.ObjectHandle@)">
  1730.             <summary>
  1731.             Executes the expression in the specified scope and return a result.
  1732.             Returns an ObjectHandle wrapping the resulting value of running the code.  
  1733.            
  1734.             If an exception is thrown the exception is caught and an ObjectHandle to
  1735.             the exception is provided.
  1736.             </summary>
  1737.             <remarks>
  1738.             Use this API to handle non-serializable exceptions (exceptions might not be serializable due to security restrictions)
  1739.             or if an exception serialization loses information.
  1740.             </remarks>
  1741.         </member>
  1742.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.ExecuteProgram">
  1743.             <summary>
  1744.             Runs a specified code as if it was a program launched from OS command shell.
  1745.             and returns a process exit code indicating the success or error condition
  1746.             of executing the code.
  1747.            
  1748.             Exact behavior depends on the language. Some languages have a dedicated "exit" exception that
  1749.             carries the exit code, in which case the exception is cought and the exit code is returned.
  1750.             The default behavior returns the result of program's execution converted to an integer
  1751.             using a language specific conversion.
  1752.             </summary>
  1753.             <exception cref="T:Microsoft.Scripting.SyntaxErrorException">Code cannot be compiled.</exception>
  1754.         </member>
  1755.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.DetectEncoding">
  1756.             <summary>
  1757.             Detects the encoding of the content.
  1758.             </summary>
  1759.             <returns>
  1760.             An encoding that is used by the reader of the script source to transcode its content to Unicode text.
  1761.             <c>Null</c> if the content is already textual and no transcoding is performed.
  1762.             </returns>
  1763.             <remarks>
  1764.             Note that the default encoding specified when the script source is created could be overridden by
  1765.             an encoding that is found in the content preamble (Unicode BOM or a language specific encoding preamble).
  1766.             In that case the preamble encoding is returned. Otherwise, the default encoding is returned.
  1767.             </remarks>
  1768.             <exception cref="T:System.IO.IOException">An I/O error occurs.</exception>
  1769.         </member>
  1770.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.GetCodeLines(System.Int32,System.Int32)">
  1771.             <summary>
  1772.             Reads specified range of lines (or less) from the source unit.
  1773.             </summary>
  1774.             <param name="start">1-based number of the first line to fetch.</param>
  1775.             <param name="count">The number of lines to fetch.</param>
  1776.             <remarks>
  1777.             Which character sequences are considered line separators is language specific.
  1778.             If language doesn't specify otherwise "\r", "\n", "\r\n" are recognized line separators.
  1779.             </remarks>
  1780.             <exception cref="T:System.IO.IOException">An I/O error occurs.</exception>
  1781.         </member>
  1782.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.GetCodeLine(System.Int32)">
  1783.             <summary>
  1784.             Reads a specified line.
  1785.             </summary>
  1786.             <param name="line">1-based line number.</param>
  1787.             <returns>Line content. Line separator is not included.</returns>
  1788.             <exception cref="T:System.IO.IOException">An I/O error occurs.</exception>
  1789.             <remarks>
  1790.             Which character sequences are considered line separators is language specific.
  1791.             If language doesn't specify otherwise "\r", "\n", "\r\n" are recognized line separators.
  1792.             </remarks>
  1793.         </member>
  1794.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.GetCode">
  1795.             <summary>
  1796.             Gets script source content.
  1797.             </summary>
  1798.             <returns>Entire content.</returns>
  1799.             <exception cref="T:System.IO.IOException">An I/O error occurs.</exception>
  1800.             <remarks>
  1801.             The result includes language specific preambles (e.g. "#coding:UTF-8" encoding preamble recognized by Ruby),
  1802.             but not the preamble defined by the content encoding (e.g. BOM).
  1803.             The entire content of the source unit is encoded by single encoding (if it is read from binary stream).
  1804.             </remarks>
  1805.         </member>
  1806.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.ScriptSource.Path">
  1807.             <summary>
  1808.             Identification of the source unit. Assigned by the host.
  1809.             The format and semantics is host dependent (could be a path on file system or URL).
  1810.             <c>null</c> for anonymous script source.
  1811.             Cannot be an empty string.
  1812.             </summary>
  1813.         </member>
  1814.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.TokenCategorizer.ReadToken">
  1815.             <summary>
  1816.             Move the tokenizer past the next token and return its category.
  1817.             </summary>
  1818.             <returns>The token information associated with the token just scanned.</returns>
  1819.         </member>
  1820.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.TokenCategorizer.SkipToken">
  1821.             <summary>
  1822.             Move the tokenizer past the next token.
  1823.             </summary>
  1824.             <returns><c>False</c> if the end of stream has been reached, <c>true</c> otherwise.</returns>
  1825.         </member>
  1826.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.TokenCategorizer.ReadTokens(System.Int32)">
  1827.             <summary>
  1828.             Get all tokens over a block of the stream.
  1829.             </summary>
  1830.             <remarks>
  1831.             <para>
  1832.             The scanner should return full tokens. If startLocation + length lands in the middle of a token, the full token
  1833.             should be returned.
  1834.             </para>
  1835.             </remarks>s
  1836.             <param name="characterCount">Tokens are read until at least given amount of characters is read or the stream ends.</param>
  1837.             <returns>A enumeration of tokens.</returns>
  1838.         </member>
  1839.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.TokenCategorizer.SkipTokens(System.Int32)">
  1840.             <summary>
  1841.             Scan from startLocation to at least startLocation + length.
  1842.             </summary>
  1843.             <param name="characterCount">Tokens are read until at least given amount of characters is read or the stream ends.</param>
  1844.             <remarks>
  1845.             This method is used to determine state at arbitrary startLocation.
  1846.             </remarks>
  1847.             <returns><c>False</c> if the end of stream has been reached, <c>true</c> otherwise.</returns>
  1848.         </member>
  1849.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.TokenCategorizer.CurrentState">
  1850.             <summary>
  1851.             The current internal state of the scanner.
  1852.             </summary>
  1853.         </member>
  1854.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Hosting.TokenCategorizer.CurrentPosition">
  1855.             <summary>
  1856.             The current startLocation of the scanner.
  1857.             </summary>
  1858.         </member>
  1859.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ContextId">
  1860.             <summary>
  1861.             Represents a language context.  Typically there is at most 1 context
  1862.             associated with each language, but some languages may use more than one context
  1863.             to identify code that should be treated differently.  Contexts are used during
  1864.             member and operator lookup.
  1865.             </summary>
  1866.         </member>
  1867.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ContextId.RegisterContext(System.Object)">
  1868.             <summary>
  1869.             Registers a language within the system with the specified name.
  1870.             </summary>
  1871.         </member>
  1872.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ContextId.LookupContext(System.Object)">
  1873.             <summary>
  1874.             Looks up the context ID for the specified context identifier
  1875.             </summary>
  1876.         </member>
  1877.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageConfiguration">
  1878.             <summary>
  1879.             Singleton for each language.
  1880.             </summary>
  1881.         </member>
  1882.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageConfiguration.LoadLanguageContext(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ScriptDomainManager,System.Boolean@)">
  1883.             <summary>
  1884.             Must not be called under a lock as it can potentially call a user code.
  1885.             </summary>
  1886.             <exception cref="T:Microsoft.Scripting.InvalidImplementationException">The language context's implementation failed to instantiate.</exception>
  1887.         </member>
  1888.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DlrConfiguration.DebugMode">
  1889.             <summary>
  1890.             Whether the application is in debug mode.
  1891.             This means:
  1892.            
  1893.             1) Symbols are emitted for debuggable methods (methods associated with SourceUnit).
  1894.             2) Debuggable methods are emitted to non-collectable types (this is due to CLR limitations on dynamic method debugging).
  1895.             3) JIT optimization is disabled for all methods
  1896.             4) Languages may disable optimizations based on this value.
  1897.             </summary>
  1898.         </member>
  1899.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DlrConfiguration.PrivateBinding">
  1900.             <summary>
  1901.             Ignore CLR visibility checks.
  1902.             </summary>
  1903.         </member>
  1904.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations">
  1905.             <summary>
  1906.             ObjectOperations provide a large catalogue of object operations such as member access, conversions,
  1907.             indexing, and things like addition.  There are several introspection and tool support services available
  1908.             for more advanced hosts.  
  1909.            
  1910.             You get ObjectOperation instances from ScriptEngine, and they are bound to their engines for the semantics
  1911.             of the operations.  There is a default instance of ObjectOperations you can share across all uses of the
  1912.             engine.  However, very advanced hosts can create new instances.
  1913.             </summary>
  1914.         </member>
  1915.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.CleanupThreshold">
  1916.             <summary> the number of sites required before we'll try cleaning up the cache... </summary>
  1917.         </member>
  1918.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.RemoveThreshold">
  1919.             <summary> the minimum difference between the average that is required to remove </summary>
  1920.         </member>
  1921.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.StopCleanupThreshold">
  1922.             <summary> the maximum number we'll remove on a single cache cleanup </summary>
  1923.         </member>
  1924.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ClearThreshold">
  1925.             <summary> the number of sites we should clear after if we can't make progress cleaning up otherwise </summary>
  1926.         </member>
  1927.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations._sites">
  1928.             <summary> a dictionary of SiteKey's which are used to cache frequently used operations, logically a set </summary>
  1929.         </member>
  1930.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.LastCleanup">
  1931.             <summary> the # of sites we had created at the last cleanup </summary>
  1932.         </member>
  1933.         <member name="F:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.SitesCreated">
  1934.             <summary> the total number of sites we've ever created </summary>
  1935.         </member>
  1936.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.Invoke(System.Object,System.Object[])">
  1937.             <summary>
  1938.             Calls the provided object with the given parameters and returns the result.
  1939.            
  1940.             The prefered way of calling objects is to convert the object to a strongly typed delegate
  1941.             using the ConvertTo methods and then invoking that delegate.
  1942.             </summary>
  1943.         </member>
  1944.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.InvokeMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object[])">
  1945.             <summary>
  1946.             Invokes a member on the provided object with the given parameters and returns the result.
  1947.             </summary>
  1948.         </member>
  1949.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.InvokeMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean,System.Object[])">
  1950.             <summary>
  1951.             Invokes a member on the provided object with the given parameters and returns the result.
  1952.             </summary>
  1953.         </member>
  1954.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.CreateInstance(System.Object,System.Object[])">
  1955.             <summary>
  1956.             Creates a new instance from the provided object using the given parameters, and returns the result.
  1957.             </summary>
  1958.         </member>
  1959.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetMember(System.Object,System.String)">
  1960.             <summary>
  1961.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Throws an exception if the member does not exist or is write-only.
  1962.             </summary>
  1963.         </member>
  1964.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetMember``1(System.Object,System.String)">
  1965.             <summary>
  1966.             Gets the member name from the object obj and converts it to the type T.  Throws an exception if the
  1967.             member does not exist, is write-only, or cannot be converted.
  1968.             </summary>
  1969.         </member>
  1970.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryGetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object@)">
  1971.             <summary>
  1972.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Returns true if the member is successfully retrieved and
  1973.             stores the value in the value out param.
  1974.             </summary>
  1975.         </member>
  1976.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ContainsMember(System.Object,System.String)">
  1977.             <summary>
  1978.             Returns true if the object has a member named name, false if the member does not exist.
  1979.             </summary>
  1980.         </member>
  1981.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.RemoveMember(System.Object,System.String)">
  1982.             <summary>
  1983.             Removes the member name from the object obj.
  1984.             </summary>
  1985.         </member>
  1986.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.SetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object)">
  1987.             <summary>
  1988.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.
  1989.             </summary>
  1990.         </member>
  1991.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.SetMember``1(System.Object,System.String,``0)">
  1992.             <summary>
  1993.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.  This overload can be used to avoid
  1994.             boxing and casting of strongly typed members.
  1995.             </summary>
  1996.         </member>
  1997.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  1998.             <summary>
  1999.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Throws an exception if the member does not exist or is write-only.
  2000.             </summary>
  2001.         </member>
  2002.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetMember``1(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  2003.             <summary>
  2004.             Gets the member name from the object obj and converts it to the type T. The conversion will be explicit or implicit
  2005.             depending on what the langauge prefers. Throws an exception if the member does not exist, is write-only, or cannot be converted.
  2006.             </summary>
  2007.         </member>
  2008.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryGetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean,System.Object@)">
  2009.             <summary>
  2010.             Gets the member name from the object obj.  Returns true if the member is successfully retrieved and
  2011.             stores the value in the value out param.
  2012.             </summary>
  2013.         </member>
  2014.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ContainsMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  2015.             <summary>
  2016.             Returns true if the object has a member named name, false if the member does not exist.
  2017.             </summary>
  2018.         </member>
  2019.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.RemoveMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Boolean)">
  2020.             <summary>
  2021.             Removes the member name from the object obj.  Returns true if the member was successfully removed
  2022.             or false if the member does not exist.
  2023.             </summary>
  2024.         </member>
  2025.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.SetMember(System.Object,System.String,System.Object,System.Boolean)">
  2026.             <summary>
  2027.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.
  2028.             </summary>
  2029.         </member>
  2030.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.SetMember``1(System.Object,System.String,``0,System.Boolean)">
  2031.             <summary>
  2032.             Sets the member name on object obj to value.  This overload can be used to avoid
  2033.             boxing and casting of strongly typed members.
  2034.             </summary>
  2035.         </member>
  2036.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ConvertTo``1(System.Object)">
  2037.             <summary>
  2038.             Converts the object obj to the type T.  The conversion will be explicit or implicit
  2039.             depending on what the langauge prefers.
  2040.             </summary>
  2041.         </member>
  2042.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type)">
  2043.             <summary>
  2044.             Converts the object obj to the type type.  The conversion will be explicit or implicit
  2045.             depending on what the langauge prefers.
  2046.             </summary>
  2047.         </member>
  2048.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryConvertTo``1(System.Object,``0@)">
  2049.             <summary>
  2050.             Converts the object obj to the type T.  Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  2051.            
  2052.             The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on what the langauge prefers.
  2053.             </summary>
  2054.         </member>
  2055.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type,System.Object@)">
  2056.             <summary>
  2057.             Converts the object obj to the type type.  Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  2058.            
  2059.             The conversion will be explicit or implicit depending on what the langauge prefers.
  2060.             </summary>
  2061.         </member>
  2062.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ExplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object)">
  2063.             <summary>
  2064.             Convers the object obj to the type T including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  2065.             </summary>
  2066.         </member>
  2067.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ExplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type)">
  2068.             <summary>
  2069.             Converts the object obj to the type type including explicit conversions which may lose information.
  2070.             </summary>
  2071.         </member>
  2072.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryExplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type,System.Object@)">
  2073.             <summary>
  2074.             Converts the object obj to the type type including explicit conversions which may lose information.  
  2075.            
  2076.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  2077.             </summary>
  2078.         </member>
  2079.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryExplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object,``0@)">
  2080.             <summary>
  2081.             Converts the object obj to the type T.  Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  2082.             </summary>
  2083.         </member>
  2084.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ImplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object)">
  2085.             <summary>
  2086.             Convers the object obj to the type T including implicit conversions.
  2087.             </summary>
  2088.         </member>
  2089.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.ImplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type)">
  2090.             <summary>
  2091.             Converts the object obj to the type type including implicit conversions.
  2092.             </summary>
  2093.         </member>
  2094.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryImplicitConvertTo(System.Object,System.Type,System.Object@)">
  2095.             <summary>
  2096.             Converts the object obj to the type type including implicit conversions.
  2097.            
  2098.             Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  2099.             </summary>
  2100.         </member>
  2101.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.TryImplicitConvertTo``1(System.Object,``0@)">
  2102.             <summary>
  2103.             Converts the object obj to the type T.  Returns true if the value can be converted, false if it cannot.
  2104.             </summary>
  2105.         </member>
  2106.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.DoOperation``2(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,``0)">
  2107.             <summary>
  2108.             Performs a generic unary operation on the strongly typed target and returns the value as the specified type
  2109.             </summary>
  2110.         </member>
  2111.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.DoOperation``3(System.Linq.Expressions.ExpressionType,``0,``1)">
  2112.             <summary>
  2113.             Peforms the generic binary operation on the specified strongly typed targets and returns
  2114.             the strongly typed result.
  2115.             </summary>
  2116.         </member>
  2117.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetMemberNames(System.Object)">
  2118.             <summary>
  2119.             Returns a list of strings which contain the known members of the object.
  2120.             </summary>
  2121.         </member>
  2122.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.Format(System.Object)">
  2123.             <summary>
  2124.             Returns a string representation of the object in a language specific object display format.
  2125.             </summary>
  2126.         </member>
  2127.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetOrCreateSite``2(System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder)">
  2128.             <summary>
  2129.             Gets or creates a dynamic site w/ the specified type parameters for the provided binder.
  2130.             </summary>
  2131.             <remarks>
  2132.             This will either get the site from the cache or create a new site and return it. The cache
  2133.             may be cleaned if it's gotten too big since the last usage.
  2134.             </remarks>
  2135.         </member>
  2136.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetOrCreateActionSite``1(System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder)">
  2137.             <summary>
  2138.             Gets or creates a dynamic site w/ the specified type parameters for the provided binder.
  2139.             </summary>
  2140.             <remarks>
  2141.             This will either get the site from the cache or create a new site and return it. The cache
  2142.             may be cleaned if it's gotten too big since the last usage.
  2143.             </remarks>
  2144.         </member>
  2145.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetOrCreateSite``3(System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder)">
  2146.             <summary>
  2147.             Gets or creates a dynamic site w/ the specified type parameters for the provided binder.
  2148.             </summary>
  2149.             <remarks>
  2150.             This will either get the site from the cache or create a new site and return it. The cache
  2151.             may be cleaned if it's gotten too big since the last usage.
  2152.             </remarks>
  2153.         </member>
  2154.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetOrCreateSite``4(System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder)">
  2155.             <summary>
  2156.             Gets or creates a dynamic site w/ the specified type parameters for the provided binder.
  2157.             </summary>
  2158.             <remarks>
  2159.             This will either get the site from the cache or create a new site and return it. The cache
  2160.             may be cleaned if it's gotten too big since the last usage.
  2161.             </remarks>
  2162.         </member>
  2163.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetOrCreateSite``1(System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder)">
  2164.             <summary>
  2165.             Gets or creates a dynamic site w/ the specified type parameters for the provided binder.
  2166.             </summary>
  2167.             <remarks>
  2168.             This will either get the site from the cache or create a new site and return it. The cache
  2169.             may be cleaned if it's gotten too big since the last usage.
  2170.             </remarks>
  2171.         </member>
  2172.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.GetOrCreateSite``1(System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder,System.Func{System.Runtime.CompilerServices.CallSiteBinder,``0})">
  2173.             <summary>
  2174.             Helper to create to get or create the dynamic site - called by the GetSite methods.
  2175.             </summary>
  2176.         </member>
  2177.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.CleanupNoLock">
  2178.             <summary>
  2179.             Removes items from the cache that have the lowest usage...
  2180.             </summary>
  2181.         </member>
  2182.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations.SiteKey">
  2183.             <summary>
  2184.             Helper class for tracking all of our unique dynamic sites and their
  2185.             usage patterns.  We hash on the combination of the binder and site type.
  2186.            
  2187.             We also track the hit count and the key holds the site associated w/ the
  2188.             key.  Logically this is a set based upon the binder and site-type but we
  2189.             store it in a dictionary.
  2190.             </summary>
  2191.         </member>
  2192.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.InvariantContext">
  2193.             <summary>
  2194.             Singleton LanguageContext which represents a language-neutral LanguageContext
  2195.             </summary>
  2196.         </member>
  2197.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext">
  2198.             <summary>
  2199.             Provides language specific facilities which are typically called by the runtime.
  2200.             </summary>
  2201.         </member>
  2202.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.ScopeSetVariable(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope,System.String,System.Object)">
  2203.             <summary>
  2204.             Provides access to setting variables in scopes.  
  2205.            
  2206.             By default this goes through ObjectOperations which can be rather slow.  
  2207.             Languages can override this to provide fast customized access which avoids
  2208.             ObjectOperations.  Languages can provide fast access to commonly used scope
  2209.             types for that language.  Typically this includes ScopeStorage and any other
  2210.             classes which the language themselves uses for backing of a Scope.
  2211.             </summary>
  2212.         </member>
  2213.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.ScopeTryGetVariable(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope,System.String,System.Object@)">
  2214.             <summary>
  2215.             Provides access to try getting variables in scopes.  
  2216.            
  2217.             By default this goes through ObjectOperations which can be rather slow.  
  2218.             Languages can override this to provide fast customized access which avoids
  2219.             ObjectOperations.  Languages can provide fast access to commonly used scope
  2220.             types for that language.  Typically this includes ScopeStorage and any other
  2221.             classes which the language themselves uses for backing of a Scope.
  2222.             </summary>
  2223.         </member>
  2224.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.ScopeGetVariable``1(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope,System.String)">
  2225.             <summary>
  2226.             Provides access to getting variables in scopes and converting the result.
  2227.            
  2228.             By default this goes through ObjectOperations which can be rather slow.  
  2229.             Languages can override this to provide fast customized access which avoids
  2230.             ObjectOperations.  Languages can provide fast access to commonly used scope
  2231.             types for that language.  Typically this includes ScopeStorage and any other
  2232.             classes which the language themselves uses for backing of a Scope.
  2233.             </summary>
  2234.         </member>
  2235.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.ScopeGetVariable(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope,System.String)">
  2236.             <summary>
  2237.             Provides access to getting variables in scopes.
  2238.            
  2239.             By default this goes through ObjectOperations which can be rather slow.  
  2240.             Languages can override this to provide fast customized access which avoids
  2241.             ObjectOperations.  Languages can provide fast access to commonly used scope
  2242.             types for that language.  Typically this includes ScopeStorage and any other
  2243.             classes which the language themselves uses for backing of a Scope.
  2244.             </summary>
  2245.         </member>
  2246.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.GetSourceReader(System.IO.Stream,System.Text.Encoding,System.String)">
  2247.             <summary>
  2248.             Provides a text reader for source code that is to be read from a given stream.
  2249.             </summary>
  2250.             <param name="stream">The stream open for reading. The stream must also allow seeking.</param>
  2251.             <param name="defaultEncoding">An encoding that should be used if the stream doesn't have Unicode or language specific preamble.</param>
  2252.             <param name="path">the path of the source unit if available</param>
  2253.             <returns>The reader.</returns>
  2254.             <exception cref="T:System.IO.IOException">An I/O error occurs.</exception>
  2255.         </member>
  2256.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.GetCompilerOptions">
  2257.             <summary>
  2258.             Creates the language specific CompilerOptions object for compilation of code not bound to any particular scope.
  2259.             The language should flow any relevant options from LanguageContext to the newly created options instance.
  2260.             </summary>
  2261.         </member>
  2262.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.GetCompilerOptions(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope)">
  2263.             <summary>
  2264.             Creates the language specific CompilerOptions object for compilation of code bound to a given scope.
  2265.             </summary>
  2266.         </member>
  2267.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.CompileSourceCode(Microsoft.Scripting.SourceUnit,Microsoft.Scripting.CompilerOptions,Microsoft.Scripting.ErrorSink)">
  2268.             <summary>
  2269.             Parses the source code within a specified compiler context.
  2270.             The source unit to parse is held on by the context.
  2271.             </summary>
  2272.             <returns><b>null</b> on failure.</returns>
  2273.             <remarks>Could also set the code properties and line/file mappings on the source unit.</remarks>
  2274.         </member>
  2275.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.CreateConvertBinder(System.Type,System.Nullable{System.Boolean})">
  2276.             <summary>
  2277.             Creates a conversion binder.
  2278.            
  2279.             If explicitCast is true then the binder should do explicit conversions.
  2280.             If explicitCast is false then the binder should do implicit conversions.
  2281.            
  2282.             If explicitCast is null it is up to the language to select the conversions
  2283.             which closest match their normal behavior.
  2284.             </summary>
  2285.         </member>
  2286.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.GetMemberNames(System.Object)">
  2287.             <summary>
  2288.             Gets the member names associated with the object
  2289.             By default, only returns IDO names
  2290.             </summary>
  2291.         </member>
  2292.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.FormatObject(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.DynamicOperations,System.Object)">
  2293.             <summary>
  2294.             Returns a string representation of the object in a language specific object display format.
  2295.             </summary>
  2296.             <param name="operations">Dynamic sites container that could be used for any dynamic dispatches necessary for formatting.</param>
  2297.             <param name="obj">Object to format.</param>
  2298.             <returns>A string representation of object.</returns>
  2299.         </member>
  2300.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.ContextId">
  2301.             <summary>
  2302.             Provides the ContextId which includes members that should only be shown for this LanguageContext.
  2303.            
  2304.             ContextId's are used for filtering by Scope's.
  2305.             </summary>
  2306.         </member>
  2307.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.DomainManager">
  2308.             <summary>
  2309.             Gets the ScriptDomainManager that this LanguageContext is running within.
  2310.             </summary>
  2311.         </member>
  2312.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageContext.CanCreateSourceCode">
  2313.             <summary>
  2314.             Whether the language can parse code and create source units.
  2315.             </summary>
  2316.         </member>
  2317.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.LanguageBoundTextContentProvider">
  2318.             <summary>
  2319.             Internal class which binds a LanguageContext, StreamContentProvider, and Encoding together to produce
  2320.             a TextContentProvider which reads binary data with the correct language semantics.
  2321.             </summary>
  2322.         </member>
  2323.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.TextContentProvider">
  2324.             <summary>
  2325.             Provides a factory to create TextReader's over one source of textual content.
  2326.            
  2327.             TextContentProvider's are used when reading from a source which is already decoded
  2328.             or has a known specific decoding.  
  2329.            
  2330.             For example a text editor might provide a TextContentProvider whose backing is
  2331.             an in-memory text buffer that the user can actively edit.
  2332.             </summary>
  2333.         </member>
  2334.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.TextContentProvider.GetReader">
  2335.             <summary>
  2336.             Creates a new TextReader which is backed by the content the TextContentProvider was created for.
  2337.            
  2338.             This method may be called multiple times.  For example once to compile the code and again to get
  2339.             the source code to display error messages.
  2340.             </summary>
  2341.         </member>
  2342.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.NotNullAttribute">
  2343.             <summary>
  2344.             This attribute marks a parameter that is not allowed to be null.
  2345.             It is used by the method binding infrastructure to generate better error
  2346.             messages and method selection.
  2347.             </summary>
  2348.         </member>
  2349.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.NotNullItemsAttribute">
  2350.             <summary>
  2351.             This attribute marks a parameter whose type is an array that is not allowed to have null items.
  2352.             It is used by the method binding infrastructure to generate better error
  2353.             messages and method selection.
  2354.             </summary>
  2355.         </member>
  2356.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.ParamDictionaryAttribute">
  2357.             <summary>
  2358.             This attribute is used to mark a parameter that can accept any keyword parameters that
  2359.             are not bound to normal arguments.  The extra keyword parameters will be
  2360.             passed in a dictionary which is created for the call.
  2361.            
  2362.             Most languages which support params dictionaries will support the following types:
  2363.                 IDictionary&lt;string, anything&gt;
  2364.                 IDictionary&lt;object, anything&gt;
  2365.                 Dictionary&lt;string, anything&gt;
  2366.                 Dictionary&lt;object, anything&gt;
  2367.                 IDictionary
  2368.                 IAttributesCollection (deprecated)
  2369.            
  2370.             For languages which don't have language level support the user will be required to
  2371.             create and populate the dictionary by hand.
  2372.            
  2373.             This attribute is the dictionary equivalent of the System.ParamArrayAttribute.
  2374.             </summary>
  2375.             <example>
  2376.             public static void KeywordArgFunction([ParamsDictionary]IDictionary&lt;string, object&gt; dict) {
  2377.                 foreach (var v in dict) {
  2378.                     Console.WriteLine("Key: {0} Value: {1}", v.Key, v.Value);
  2379.                 }
  2380.             }
  2381.            
  2382.             Called from Python:
  2383.            
  2384.             KeywordArgFunction(a = 2, b = "abc")
  2385.            
  2386.             will print:
  2387.                 Key: a Value = 2
  2388.                 Key: b Value = abc
  2389.             </example>
  2390.         </member>
  2391.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope">
  2392.             <summary>
  2393.             Represents a host-provided variables for executable code.  The variables are
  2394.             typically backed by a host-provided dictionary. Languages can also associate per-language
  2395.             information with the context by using scope extensions.  This can be used for tracking
  2396.             state which is used across multiple executions, for providing custom forms of
  2397.             storage (for example object keyed access), or other language specific semantics.
  2398.            
  2399.             Scope objects are thread-safe as long as their underlying storage is thread safe.
  2400.            
  2401.             Script hosts can choose to use thread safe or thread unsafe modules but must be sure
  2402.             to constrain the code they right to be single-threaded if using thread unsafe
  2403.             storage.
  2404.             </summary>
  2405.         </member>
  2406.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope.#ctor">
  2407.             <summary>
  2408.             Creates a new scope with a new empty thread-safe dictionary.  
  2409.             </summary>
  2410.         </member>
  2411.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope.#ctor(System.Dynamic.IDynamicMetaObjectProvider)">
  2412.             <summary>
  2413.             Creates a new scope which is backed by an arbitrary object for it's storage.
  2414.             </summary>
  2415.             <param name="storage"></param>
  2416.         </member>
  2417.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope.GetExtension(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ContextId)">
  2418.             <summary>
  2419.             Gets the ScopeExtension associated with the provided ContextId.
  2420.             </summary>
  2421.         </member>
  2422.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.Scope.SetExtension(Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ContextId,Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ScopeExtension)">
  2423.             <summary>
  2424.             Sets the ScopeExtension to the provided value for the given ContextId.  
  2425.            
  2426.             The extension can only be set once.  The returned value is either the new ScopeExtension
  2427.             if no value was previously set or the previous value.
  2428.             </summary>
  2429.         </member>
  2430.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage">
  2431.             <summary>
  2432.             Provides optimized and cacheable support for scope storage.
  2433.            
  2434.             This is the default object used for storing values in a scope.
  2435.            
  2436.             </summary>
  2437.             <remarks>
  2438.             The implementation uses a case-insensitive dictionary which holds
  2439.             onto ScopeVariableIgnoreCase objects.  The SVIC's hold onto ScopeVariable
  2440.             objects for each possible casing.
  2441.             </remarks>
  2442.         </member>
  2443.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.GetValue(System.String,System.Boolean)">
  2444.             <summary>
  2445.             Gets the named value from the scope optionally ignoring case.
  2446.            
  2447.             If the named value is not present an InvalidOperationException is raised.
  2448.             </summary>
  2449.         </member>
  2450.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.TryGetValue(System.String,System.Boolean,System.Object@)">
  2451.             <summary>
  2452.             Attempts to get the named value from the scope optionally ignoring the case.
  2453.            
  2454.             Returns true if the value is present, false if it is not.
  2455.             </summary>
  2456.         </member>
  2457.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.SetValue(System.String,System.Boolean,System.Object)">
  2458.             <summary>
  2459.             Sets the named value in the scope optionally ignoring the case.
  2460.             </summary>
  2461.         </member>
  2462.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.DeleteValue(System.String,System.Boolean)">
  2463.             <summary>
  2464.             Deletes the named value from the scope optionally ignoring the case.
  2465.             </summary>
  2466.         </member>
  2467.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.HasValue(System.String,System.Boolean)">
  2468.             <summary>
  2469.             Checks if the named value is present in the scope optionally ignoring the case.
  2470.             </summary>
  2471.         </member>
  2472.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.GetScopeVariable(System.String,System.Boolean)">
  2473.             <summary>
  2474.             Gets the IScopeVariable for the scope optionally ignoring case.
  2475.            
  2476.             The IScopeVariable can be held onto and get/set/deleted without performing
  2477.             a dictionary lookup on subsequent accesses.
  2478.             </summary>
  2479.         </member>
  2480.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.GetScopeVariable(System.String)">
  2481.             <summary>
  2482.             Gets the ScopeVariable for the scope in a case-sensitive manner.
  2483.            
  2484.             The ScopeVariable can be held onto and get/set/deleted without performing
  2485.             a dictionary lookup on subsequent accesses.
  2486.             </summary>
  2487.         </member>
  2488.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.GetScopeVariableIgnoreCase(System.String)">
  2489.             <summary>
  2490.             Gets the ScopeVariableIgnoreCase for the scope in a case-insensitive manner.
  2491.            
  2492.             The ScopeVariable can be held onto and get/set/deleted without performing
  2493.             a dictionary lookup on subsequent accesses.
  2494.             </summary>
  2495.         </member>
  2496.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.GetMemberNames">
  2497.             <summary>
  2498.             Returns all of the member names which currently have values in the scope.
  2499.            
  2500.             The list contains all available casings.
  2501.             </summary>
  2502.         </member>
  2503.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.GetItems">
  2504.             <summary>
  2505.             Returns all of the member names and their associated values from the scope.
  2506.            
  2507.             The list contains all available casings.
  2508.             </summary>
  2509.         </member>
  2510.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeStorage.Item(System.String)">
  2511.             <summary>
  2512.             Provides convenient case-sensitive value access.
  2513.             </summary>
  2514.         </member>
  2515.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.IScopeVariable">
  2516.             <summary>
  2517.             Provides a common interface for accessing both case sensitive and
  2518.             case insensitive variable storage.
  2519.             </summary>
  2520.         </member>
  2521.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.IScopeVariable.TryGetValue(System.Object@)">
  2522.             <summary>
  2523.             Atempts to get the value. If a value is assigned it returns true otherwise
  2524.             it returns false.
  2525.             </summary>
  2526.         </member>
  2527.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.IScopeVariable.SetValue(System.Object)">
  2528.             <summary>
  2529.             Sets the current value in the scope.
  2530.             </summary>
  2531.         </member>
  2532.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.IScopeVariable.DeleteValue">
  2533.             <summary>
  2534.             Removes the current value from the scope.
  2535.             </summary>
  2536.         </member>
  2537.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.IScopeVariable.HasValue">
  2538.             <summary>
  2539.             True if the scope has a value, false if it does not.
  2540.             </summary>
  2541.         </member>
  2542.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariable">
  2543.             <summary>
  2544.             Boxes the value for storage in a scope. Languages or consumers of the scope
  2545.             can save this value and use it to get/set the current value in the scope for
  2546.             commonly accessed values.
  2547.            
  2548.             ScopeVariables are case sensitive and will only refer to a single value.
  2549.             </summary>
  2550.         </member>
  2551.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariable.TryGetValue(System.Object@)">
  2552.             <summary>
  2553.             Atempts to get the value. If a value is assigned it returns true otherwise
  2554.             it returns false.
  2555.             </summary>
  2556.         </member>
  2557.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariable.SetValue(System.Object)">
  2558.             <summary>
  2559.             Sets the current value in the scope.
  2560.             </summary>
  2561.         </member>
  2562.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariable.DeleteValue">
  2563.             <summary>
  2564.             Removes the current value from the scope.
  2565.             </summary>
  2566.         </member>
  2567.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariable.HasValue">
  2568.             <summary>
  2569.             True if the scope has a value, false if it does not.
  2570.             </summary>
  2571.         </member>
  2572.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariableIgnoreCase">
  2573.             <summary>
  2574.             Boxes the value for storage in a scope. Languages or consumers of the scope
  2575.             can save this value and use it to get/set the current value in the scope for
  2576.             commonly accessed values.
  2577.            
  2578.             ScopeVariablesIgnoreCase are case insensitive and may access different casings
  2579.             depending on how other gets/sets occur in the scope.
  2580.             </summary>
  2581.         </member>
  2582.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariableIgnoreCase.TryGetValue(System.Object@)">
  2583.             <summary>
  2584.             Atempts to get the value. If a value is assigned it returns true otherwise
  2585.             it returns false.
  2586.             </summary>
  2587.         </member>
  2588.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariableIgnoreCase.SetValue(System.Object)">
  2589.             <summary>
  2590.             Sets the current value in the scope.
  2591.             </summary>
  2592.         </member>
  2593.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariableIgnoreCase.DeleteValue">
  2594.             <summary>
  2595.             Removes the current value from the scope.
  2596.             </summary>
  2597.         </member>
  2598.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.ScopeVariableIgnoreCase.HasValue">
  2599.             <summary>
  2600.             True if the scope has a value, false if it does not.
  2601.             </summary>
  2602.         </member>
  2603.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.ScriptCode">
  2604.             <summary>
  2605.             ScriptCode is an instance of compiled code that is bound to a specific LanguageContext
  2606.             but not a specific ScriptScope. The code can be re-executed multiple times in different
  2607.             scopes. Hosting API counterpart for this class is <c>CompiledCode</c>.
  2608.             </summary>
  2609.         </member>
  2610.         <member name="P:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ScriptDomainManager.Globals">
  2611.             <summary>
  2612.             A collection of environment variables.
  2613.             </summary>
  2614.         </member>
  2615.         <member name="E:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.ScriptDomainManager.AssemblyLoaded">
  2616.             <summary>
  2617.             Event for when a host calls LoadAssembly.  After hooking this
  2618.             event languages will need to call GetLoadedAssemblyList to
  2619.             get any assemblies which were loaded before the language was
  2620.             loaded.
  2621.             </summary>
  2622.         </member>
  2623.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.SharedIO.SetOutput(System.IO.Stream,System.IO.TextWriter)">
  2624.             <summary>
  2625.             Only host should redirect I/O.
  2626.             </summary>
  2627.         </member>
  2628.         <member name="T:Microsoft.Scripting.StreamContentProvider">
  2629.             <summary>
  2630.             Provides a factory to create streams over one source of binary content.  
  2631.            
  2632.             StreamContentProvider's are used when opening a file of an unknown encoding.  The
  2633.             StreamContentProvider will be wrapped in a TextContentProvider provided by the language
  2634.             which can support a language specific way of interpreting the binary data into text.
  2635.            
  2636.             For example some languages allow a marker at the beginning of the file which specifies
  2637.             the encoding of the rest of the file.
  2638.             </summary>
  2639.         </member>
  2640.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.StreamContentProvider.GetStream">
  2641.             <summary>
  2642.             Creates a new Stream which is backed by the content the StreamContentProvider was created for.
  2643.            
  2644.             For example if the StreamContentProvider was backing a file then GetStream re-opens the file and returns
  2645.             the new stream.
  2646.            
  2647.             This method may be called multiple times.  For example once to compile the code and again to get
  2648.             the source code to display error messages.
  2649.             </summary>
  2650.         </member>
  2651.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.TokenizerService.ReadToken">
  2652.             <summary>
  2653.             Move the tokenizer past the next token and return its category.
  2654.             </summary>
  2655.             <returns>The token information associated with the token just scanned.</returns>
  2656.         </member>
  2657.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.TokenizerService.SkipToken">
  2658.             <summary>
  2659.             Move the tokenizer past the next token.
  2660.             </summary>
  2661.             <returns><c>False</c> if the end of stream has been reached, <c>true</c> otherwise.</returns>
  2662.         </member>
  2663.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.TokenizerService.ReadTokens(System.Int32)">
  2664.             <summary>
  2665.             Get all tokens over a block of the stream.
  2666.             </summary>
  2667.             <remarks>
  2668.             <para>
  2669.             The scanner should return full tokens. If startLocation + length lands in the middle of a token, the full token
  2670.             should be returned.
  2671.             </para>
  2672.             </remarks>
  2673.             <param name="characterCount">Tokens are read until at least given amount of characters is read or the stream ends.</param>
  2674.             <returns>A enumeration of tokens.</returns>
  2675.         </member>
  2676.         <member name="M:Microsoft.Scripting.Runtime.TokenizerService.SkipTokens(System.Int32)">
  2677.             <summary>
  2678.             Scan from startLocation to at least startLocation + length.
  2679.             </summary>
  2680.             <param name="countOfChars">The mininum number of characters to process while getting tokens.</param>
  2681.             <remarks>
  2682.             This method is used to determine state at arbitrary startLocation.
  2683.             </remarks>
  2684.             <returns><c>False