Jul
11
2010
0

Madness Script 2.0.0

I know I know! I said I was putting down the Madness Script Project but since then I started using it for the Ascension Project. So I got some pretty new and fine toys and various bugs fixed. I will need to remake the entire documentation for the project both in the code and here on this website. At the bottom of this post you can also read all the changes that was made to the mSCRiPT language.

Here’s the source and interpeter: mSCRiPT-2.0.0

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Jun
01
2009
0

Madness Script version 1.3 – Biggest change ever!

The new promised version is here! A lot have been redone, improved and added into the language. I’ll try to update the API and all tutorials to show the capabilities of this new version.
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Dec
05
2008
0

GWF 1.1.0

There’s some modifications to GWF and one addition. It’s not much but it’s still something and needed. I did not really make the fixes for the Framework. They just rather came to be, as I was working on TacDom I noticed some tiny faults and that it was not doing exactly what I wanted. So I fixed them and continued. Later I remembered that I need to add in the fixes to the core of GWF since even though they are tiny, they can be really irritating.

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Nov
08
2008
1

Comments for Support Classes(GWF 0.8.1 BETA)

I found out that I had forgotten to add comments on all the classes. So I added them and also while doing it found small faults that I also corrected. I did also find a big bug that I still don’t know how to correct. DropDownList can’t properly set that this list item is the one that has been chosen.

I hope the problem will be solved as soon as possible.
For now I’ve disabled it so by default a drop down list won’t try to read from the parameters.
I might have to do an entire remake of the DropDownList class.

Anyway it’s available for download here.

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Nov
07
2008
2

GWF 0.8 BETA with Support classes!

Alright, finally the support classes are done. They are supposed to make developing the websites easier and faster. Though it will probably make the framework to run some milliseconds slower since instead of working with the buffer directly you insert a middle-hand and work with objects. But if you are just starting out they are a very good way to learn or if you don’t need to be picky about the server resources. Creating a link pointing to the current page is as simple as writing this:

Support::Link.new('Current Page')
# When put into the buffer the object will turn into:
# <a href="/page">Current Page</a>

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