MiniScript Roundup #11 - Christmas Edition

MiniScript Roundup #11 - Christmas Edition

Welcome to the Christmas edition of this weeks MiniScript News. It's been a fairly quiet week as I'm sure everyone is busy with holiday preparations, including me, so let's get to it.

  • Big news of the week is an amazing Christmas present from Marc Gurevitx. It's a MiniScript program that is an Inspect Dialog for inspecting MiniScript values in Mini Micro. Just go to the GitHub repository and check it out. Great job Marc!

  • The other big news this week is that Seb Nozzi has released the source for his initial version of MiniScript.ts, a TypeScript implementation of the MiniScript Language. You can find the project at this GitHub link.

  • Joe's been doing some bug squishing and improvement tweaks to MiniScript as he works towards releasing an update.

  • For my Godot implementation project, I've been working on my own bugs, tweaks and improvements. I have completed the Alias editor component, which was the last major part needed before I can release a demo for people to test. I just need to do a lot of tidying up of debugging code and do some basic documentation. I also hope to get some demo videos of the basics up on my YouTube channel to.

    Probably not much will happen for the next week, with Christmas just about up us, but I hope early new year, I'll be able to get something out for people to actually try. Note it'll just be an early release test version. I'm sure there's bugs and gotchas I haven't thought of, so there's still lots of work to do before it's anywhere near release. Hopefully though, it'll pave the way to start exploring what can be done with the implementation.

And that's all I have for this week! I hope everyone has a fantastic upcoming week, whether you are celebrating with friends or family, or just enjoying a well-earned break. Seasons greetings, be safe and I'll talk to you all next week.

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