Open Scripting Architecture

Open Scripting Architecture

(OSA) A CIL approach to the coexistence of multiple scripting systems.
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The PD Exerciser mode leverages an open scripting architecture and our robust automation framework to create a flexible, end-to-end test capability for USB Type C and Power Delivery" added Mike Micheletti, Product Marketing Manager at Teledyne LeCroy's Protocol Solutions Group.
The special projects group has been assisting ILM to quickly and efficiently deploy SOFTIMAGE/XSI within their pipeline and we are looking forward to seeing what the combination of ILM's talent and creativity together with the SOFTIMAGE/XSI nonlinear 3-D production environment and open scripting architecture will produce in this decade.
Microsoft's Java implementation and open scripting architecture gives developers the broadest range of functionality available today.
Full support for AppleScript(R) and other Open Scripting Architecture (OSA) scripting languages.
Components of this strategy include Amber, Open Scripting Architecture (OSA), Apple Services for Open Systems, AppleScript, Open Collaborative Environment (AOCE) and Apple Integrated Architecture.
ButlerLink/AppleScript - for connectivity with any application that can send AppleScript or any other Open Scripting Architecture language;
The AppleScript scripting language is integrated into the Macintosh operating system and conforms to Apple's cross-platform Open Scripting Architecture (OSA) standard.
Building on the extensible foundation of System 7 and our cross- platform Open Scripting Architecture (OSA), AppleScript is at the heart of Apple's commitment to make computing easier and more focused on users' needs.
HyperCard supports any Open Scripting Architecture (OSA)-compliant scripting language including AppleScript, UserTalk from UserLand and CEScript from CE Software.
It is built upon Apple's Open Scripting Architecture, which provides a single, uniform way for making applications scriptable and thus provides a consistent scripting model that parallels the consistency of the Macintosh computer's graphical user interface.
The Open Scripting Architecture (OSA) for the coexistence of multiple scripting systems.
Further work with third-party developers resulted in the definition of Apple's Open Scripting Architecture (OSA), announced in May 1991, which provides a consistent way for mainstream applications to interact with any scripting system.