ANN: PaxScript, beta-version

Alexander Baranovsky <>
3 Jun 2003 01:08:09 -0400

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From: Alexander Baranovsky <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 3 Jun 2003 01:08:09 -0400
Organization: VL
Keywords: OOP, interpreter, available
Posted-Date: 03 Jun 2003 01:08:05 EDT

PaxScript is a suite of 3 interpreted, object-oriented scripting
languages: paxBasic, paxC and paxPascal. All pax-languages support
such concepts of the modern programming as namespaces, nested classes,
inheritance, static(shared) members, indexed properties, delegates,
exception handling.

Pax-scripts are compiled into the unified p-code which allows the
cross-language integration. For example, you can use modules written
in paxBasic and paxC in your paxPascal scripts and vice versa.

If you know VB.NET, C# or Object Pascal, you are already familiar with

Source code of the PaxScript interpreter is written entirely with Delphi.

TPaxScript component (comes soon) will allow to embed PaxScript
interpreter into your Delphi, Kylix or Borland C++ Builder
application, so you can extend and customize the application without
having to recompile it.

To learn more about PaxScript, please visite site:


Alexander Baranovsky
VIRT Laboratory

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