3
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1answer
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How would one go about integrated python into a c++ written game for the use of user-made scripts

I'm quite new to game development (not the site) and I'm currently just trying to educate myself about some certain things before I really begin working and a game. anyway, I'd like to know what ...
4
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1answer
377 views

What to pass to scripting

I am using Java and libgdx to create a game and have decided to go a data driven approaching with Jython for this refactoring (just picked up Jython, have used Java for a while). The game is a ...
3
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2answers
644 views

Does it make sense to use Lua scripting in a game developed in Python?

Well for C++ written games using Lua scripts for easy changing ai, quets etc is very reasonable and it's common. However now I'm going to write a game in pure python and I don't know if I should use ...
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1answer
356 views

Python library for scripting (C++ integration)

Please advise me good wrapper/library for python. I need to implement simple scripting in c++ app; Under "good" I mean pretty understandable, well documented, no memory leaking, fast. For creating ...
7
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1answer
1k views

How do I communicate with an IronPython component in a C#/XNA game?

My XNA game is component-oriented, and has various components for position, physics representation, rendering, etc, all of which extend a base Component class. The player and enemies also have ...
2
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2answers
626 views

Scripting language with class instance support

I have come across the need to use a scripting engine for my C++ game, but after experimenting with many languages since the last few days, nothing has truly stood out as the obvious choice for a ...
10
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3answers
355 views

Should scripts interact with an abstraction of the engine?

I'm using Java and Jython, and after some research I discovered giving scripts direct access to the engine interface could be a mistake, as it would tightly couple the two. It looks like most ...
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2answers
480 views

I want to use Python as a scripting language for my game, can I use it purely with C (not C++)?

I want to use Python as a scripting language for my game, can I use it purely with C (not C++)? It is important to me that I not use C++, and purely use C instead.