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Simkin is a simple interpreted language that can be placed within data files, including XML or within databases. It can used to en
Simkin is a simple interpreted language that can be placed within data files, including XML or within databases.
It can used to enable users to customize a C++-based application using scripts.
The language is interpreted by the C++ classes provided in the package.
The classes provide direct support for embedding the scripts within XML documents or within "TreeNode" files.
Simkin was written by Simon Whiteside . You can visit its web page at http://www.simkin.co.uk
Simkin was originally developed in 1996 using C++ in order to implement an interactive adventure game. A multimedia game engine supplied primitive functions which were called by scripts which controlled the logic of the game.
Since then, Simkin has also been used in the well-known music notation program Sibelius to supply the "Manuscript" plug-in system. Users can write scripts to perform useful transformations to the music they have written.
In 2000, Simkin was re-implemented to work with Java and XML.
Simkin for C++ is covered by the GNU LGPL licence.
Here are some key features of "Simkin for Cplusplus":
Available for Java™ or C++ and XML
Easy to embed - by overriding base classes or implementing interfaces
Low runtime overhead - you control the memory, no garbage collection
Low memory footprint - Simkin for Java is a 50k Jar file, Simkin for C++ is a 200k lib file for Visual C++
Flexible script files - they can contain data as well as code
Flexible Object Model - impose the object model you choose for your scripters
Cross platform - written in standard code for Windows, Unix, Mac and more
Source code provided - customization and support available
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