> Jim,Looks good. I'll give it a good going over.
>> I wonder whether substituting rudimentary class definitions
>> anymore, but that wasn't a goal in the first place.
> Come to think of it, you would probaly end up recreating something like
> Squirrel. 6K lines of C++, 250kB compiled.
> It's pretty neat, has a C/Java like syntax, does classes and closures,
> exception handling and soft typing. At the language level it repeats
> the Lua mistake not to differentiate between Null and Undefined. It
> does refcounting & mark&sweep GC, no incremental option. Runs at about
> half the speed of Lua, but much faster than any JS. Liberal license.
> Shouldn't be hard to add db built-in class(es) to Squirrel. Could also
> be a good base to do a domain specific language.