FScript is an extremely simple scripting language. Its intended use is as an embedded language in other Java programs. It is very simple to embed; it can be as simple as sub-classing one class to add your own functionality. However, it is not a complete programming language, as it has no library of standard functions (such as IO and string processing). FScript supplies base functionality (such as flow control, variable handling, and basic math operations) that can extended by the host application. The only requirement is a Java 2 runtime environment.
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Release Notes: Support for the "elseif" construct was added. A new "exit" keyword and supporting class method were included.
Release Notes: This release adds minor changes to improve error reporting.
Release Notes: This release has various minor bugfixes and updates, including improved object handling.
Release Notes: This release contains some minor bugfixes and performance improvements. It also introduces an 'elsif' keyword.
Release Notes: An operator priority bug in version 1.13 has been fixed.