I just started using all the nifty operator-stuff,
but there''s one thing I could really *really* use :
a way to use arrays in script, or in case that''s not possible some way to use indexing-operators so I could create my own array-like-thingie.
I know I''ve been bugging Andreas about this for a long time,
and I understand the problems this might cause,
but still.. it would make my life a whole lot easier
Any thoughts / future plans on this ..?
Actually the code is pretty much prepared already for adding support for the indexing operator, but alas I don''t have the time to finish it.
Native support for arrays are more complicated, and I will not work on that for a while yet. But I plan to support it one day.
If you (or someone else) are interested in adding the support for the indexing operator yourself maybe I can walk you through it. There should be relatively few things that needs to be done.
1. Add a new flag for the RegisterOperator() 2. Treat the flag 3. Add the [ and ] tokens 4. Add parsing of the indexing operator 5. Compile the indexing operator in CompilePostOperator (Much of the code from CompileFunctionCall() can be reused.)
Until the indexing operator is done, I suggest you register an object method. The actual C++ function used for registering the overloaded  operator will be the same anyway.
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