GNU ccScript offers a class extensible threaded embedded scripting engine for use with the Common C++ GNU package. This engine is also used in Bayonne (the GNU telephony server), and in TOSI (FreeBSD and GNU/Linux PBX integration servers). This engine differs from traditional scripting systems in that it is used to script near real-time state-event systems through deterministic callback step execution rather than the linear and non-deterministic fashion of embedded script libraries such as tcl, and libguile.
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Release Notes: A lot of refactoring has been done for clarity and code portability, and ccscript now requires ucommon 2.1.3 or later. It is now also possible to create merged function libraries from separate script files.
Release Notes: cmake build support was introduced. A number of ABI fixups and pedantic issues in gcc 4.4 were also resolved.
Release Notes: Direct indexing and mapping of arrays, tuples, and dictionaries using 's and <> accessors rather than special operators is now possible. Numeric and string assignment expressions and symbol manipulations (such as pre-increment, push, pop, etc.) can now be directly used and have simplified operator syntaxes. Local method blocks have been added so that common code can be passed down from ccscript templates and overridden as needed in derived script sections. More math operators were added for numeric expressions.
Release Notes: Support was added for nested tuples, additional data transforms for case conversion, and expansion of tuples into separate symbols. Perl string comparison operators were also introduced for clarity between numeric and string operations.
Release Notes: New list processing support for easier list processing and database query processing, including some ideas borrowed from Python.