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Has anyone here ever used SeeR

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http://przemekp.prv.pl/seer/ From what I read about it, it seems pretty good. I was wondering if anyone could upload/send me the new version (0.95a) since all those download links are broken. I have emailed the author but with no reply. Thanks in advance.

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AFAIK it's used by the game Adagio (sp?). However, it's not been updated for 3 years and I can't find a download link to SeeR anywhere, so it may be in your best interests to look at other scripting languages such as GM Script, Lua, SpiderMonkey or AngelScript. These are all being developed and are still being supported by the authors; if you chose SeeR, the lack of support could lead to frustration.

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Thanks for the quick reply. I'm currently looking into GameMonkey and it seems exactly what I need. I'll post again if I have any troubles.

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I used seer a while back. At first I really liked it but it seems to be more or less abandoned and also it has some very subtle nasty bugs. Avoid like the plague is my recommendation.

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I used seer a while back. At first I really liked it but it seems to be more or less abandoned and also it has some very subtle nasty bugs. Avoid like the plague is my recommendation.


I strongly suggest "Small" language, it's still supported, and I liked it very much... it's portable, easy to bind, and the most important to me: the language itself is very C Like

http://www.compuphase.com/small.htm

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I strongly suggest "Small" language, it's still supported, and I liked it very much... it's portable, easy to bind, and the most important to me: the language itself is very C Like

http://www.compuphase.com/small.htm



AFAIK AngelScript is very C-like too, and has pretty much automatic binding to C methods under the main compilers. You might want to look at that too.

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If you want C-like syntax and pseudo OOP support in your scripting language (close to ECMA), including a very lightweight runtime (or library) I can strongly recommend using 'Nasal', I stumbled across it while doing a Freshmeat search for scripting engines and it seems really very neat and pretty powerful, it integrates easily with existing source code and there's a SWIG module, too for automatic creation of bindings.

http://freshmeat.net/projects/nasal/
http://www.plausible.org/nasal

Also, it seems to be under active development and is still maintained because it's used in opensource projects.

However, if you are looking for something different make sure to check out the corresponding Freshmeat section, too.

There's really plenty of other interesting stuff:

http://freshmeat.net/browse/817/

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