The Anise scripting language is a simple, human-readable (and writable) way to describe an object graph. It is composed of five basic types: String, Array, Pair, Dictionary, and Reference. Along with these basic types, the scripting language supports a few meta-properties which control how objects are instantiated, and some preprocessor directives.

Last edited Jun 28, 2010 at 12:30 AM by aminer, version 2

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