- 13 May 2013. Support of Delphi XE2, XE3, XE4 (Win32).
paxScript is an interpreter of 4 object-oriented scripting languages:
The key features of the paxScript are:
- All pax-languages support such concepts of the modern programming as namespaces,
nested classes, inheritance, static(shared) members, indexed properties, default parameters, overloaded
routines, operator overloading, delegates, exception handling, regular expressions, conditional compilation.
If you know VB.NET,
C# or Object Pascal, you
are already familiar with
- Cross-language integration. For
you can use modules written in
paxBasic and paxC in your paxPascal scripts and vice versa.
- Separate compilation of the modules.
- Direct calling dll-defined routines. All calling conventions register, pascal, cdecl, stdcall,
safecall are supported. (See demo.)
- Embedding scripts into html pages.
All paxScript languages support LISPPA technology
which considerably extends the applicability of imperative programming
languages in the symbolic computations and AI applications.
TPaxScripter component allows to embed
paxScript interpreter into
your Delphi or Borland C++ Builder application, so you can extend
and customize the application without having to recompile it.
Using TPaxScripter you can
Source code of the paxScript interpreter and TPaxScripter component
is written entirely with Delphi and compatible with Delphi 5, Delphi 6, Delphi 7, Delphi 2005 (Win32),
Delphi 2006 (Win32), Delphi 2007 (Win32),
C++ Builder 5, C++ Builder 6, Kylix 3.
You don't need any extra DLLs or OCXs.
TPaxScripter component is thread safe. It has small footprint (about 30-40 Kb per extra TPaxScripter
To learn more about paxScript, please write to me at the e-mail address:
Alexander Baranovsky, author of the paxScript.
Visit also the following sites to see another my products:
(an interpreter of the Object Pascal language
which supports all Object Pascal data types except interfaces, owner of the
product is GenoTechs, Inc).
owner of the product is BrainPatchwork, DX LLC).
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