SeeR compiles to bytecode and executes scripts written in the C/C++ languages. This is for things you cannot (or don't want to) have compiled (hard-coded) inside your program. It supports many instances of the script, multitasking and more. It is multiplatform, and easily integrates with anything (can access your program variables, functions and classes). It contains a SeeRC script compiler/interpreter, and can be used easly in shell scripts (like Perl).
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from https://web.archive.org/web/20050322092116/http://ppodsiad.home.cern.ch/ppodsiad/seer/tech.html; User README included
released on 5 August 2002
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