I dont know about you lot, but I'm certainly getting into the SCRambl hype, as you can see from recent signature updates...
Just in the middle of fixing multifile compilation. SCRambl has a builder which sends each file to the compiler to compile to separate files before building the final file. The parser also creates list files for each subscript, which are a snapshot of the intermediate data which gets sent to the compiler to write to file. This is helpful mostly to me for debugging the compiler (sometimes changes in code cause SCRambl to miscount offsets, but they're easily fixed and won't be a problem for long) but may also be very helpful to people to write scripts and plugins for SCRambl. Oh yeah, that's happening.
After I'm done with multifile compilation, I just need to work on header creation for SCM files, do a few other easy things here and there and SCRambl will be ready for a BETA!
Here is multifile building in action. I resisted the urge to add a "because I just thought that might be helpful" response when you have to type 'y'... There's always next time I'll probably get rid of the response requirement, though.
Attempts at dev-user interactivity are rarely successful, but it would be great if anyone could write some interesting test scripts for SCRambl... It might be a fun way to christen the nearing BETA release and may help me make some necessary changes for ease of use or add new features and probably fix some bugs. I will finish writing some quick easy-to-digest documentation for getting into SCRambl tomorrow and then anyone who wants to experiment can post some scripts. Maybe someone else can improve on that and I may be able to help some people learn how to get the best out of SCRambl