By Jamis Buck (email@example.com)
doc version 1.0
Basilisk is an embeddable data and scripting engine that allows applications to
have their data and logic specified in external text files. The text files may
also be "compiled" into a binary format for faster loading.
Version 1.0 of Basilisk supports the following features:
- A full-featured scripting language ("Basilisk script") that allows program
logic to be specified in an easily-modifiable format.
- A flexible data-format specification that allows entities ("Things") and
groups of entities ("Categories") to be created and referenced quickly
- A C API to allow programs to include Basilisk functionality easily.
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Last modified on 8 Feb 2001 by Jamis Buck (firstname.lastname@example.org)