Extension language for cases where other languages are too large or unwieldy
Nasal (Not another scripting language) is a small, simple, yet full-featured language designed for use as an extension language in cases where larger languages are too large or unwieldy. It supports OOP syntax and functional programming, works on the traditional data realm of strings, vectors, and hashes, and does it all in less than 100k of ANSI C. Please note that this is not the NASL extension language from the Nessus project.
DocumentationUser tutorial available in HTML format from http://www.plausible.org/nasal/sample.html
released on 6 December 2004
8 December 2004
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 January 2008.
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