TinTin++ Mud Client Manual
         SCRIPT

Command: #script {variable} {shell command}

         The script command works much like the system command except that it
         treats the generated echos as commands if no variable is provided.

         This is useful for running php, perl, ruby, and python scripts. You
         can run these scrips either from file or from within tintin if the
         scripting language allows this.

         If you provide a variable the output of the script is stored as a list.

Example: #script {ruby -e 'print "#showme hello world"'}
Example: #script {python -c 'print "#showme hello world"'}
Example: #script {php -r 'echo "#showme hello world"'}
Example: #script {path} {pwd};#showme The path is $path[1].

Related: format, function, local, math, replace and variable.