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DMDScript - reuse c++ dmdscript

reply eco <xvt22b yahoo.fr> writes:
Hi,
I'm working on a c++ framework under gpl. This project will embed a jscript
compiler, for now, dmdscript is in my mind the best choice, can I make a
branch on cpp dmdscript version ?
Apr 26 2007
parent reply Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> writes:
eco wrote:
 I'm working on a c++ framework under gpl. This project will embed a jscript
 compiler, for now, dmdscript is in my mind the best choice, can I make a
 branch on cpp dmdscript version ?

No, the C++ dmdscript is not GPL. The D version of it is, though.
May 01 2007
parent reply eco <xvt22b yahoo.fr> writes:
ok, I will write my own, nevermind
thank's a lot for the sample code
May 02 2007
parent reply Walter Bright <newshound1 digitalmars.com> writes:
eco wrote:
 ok, I will write my own, nevermind
 thank's a lot for the sample code

Why not just do your project in D? It'll save you a ton of time, not the least of which being you won't have to write your own.
May 03 2007
parent reply eco <xvt22b yahoo.fr> writes:
because I get 18 years of c++ experience & 18 minutes of D
May 08 2007
parent Dejan Lekic <dejan.lekic gmail.com> writes:
I have little less than that, and my (first commercial C++ project done 
in 1992) experience told me to switch to D. A C++ programmer does not 
need more than couple of hours to get along with D. :)

Anyway, I hope You will release your C++ version of JS interpreter under 
some open-source license. Preferably GPL v2.

Kind regards
Dec 13 2007