What is SPL ?
SPL is an embeddable programming language with a wide range of features:
* complete stateful. It is at any point possible to interrupt
a running SPL script, dump its entire state to disk and resume
* feature-rich. SPL has native support for hashes and arrays, regular
expressions, object oriented programming, etc.
SPL C-API Documentation
SPL has a pretty simple C interface which allows easy embedding of the SPL
virtual machine and the SPL compiler in other applications and extending
SPL using functions and modules written in C.
A very complete example program (using almost the entire API) is "splrun.c". It
is the tool which is usually used to run SPL programms on the command line.
SPL Language Reference Manual
The SPL sources include many example programs. E.g.:
SPL scripts can be executed with "splrun <spl-script-filename>". WebSPL scripts
(*.webspl) can be executed using "webspl.cgi" or "webspld" (see README file or
the 1st chapter in the big SPL manual).
SPL is a C-like language (such as
WebSPL and WSF Tutorial
This is a short tutorial to WebSPL and WSF. It is
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