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util:baja [2018/03/01 12:20]
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util:baja [2018/06/29 21:41] (current)
digital man Details about the include path env var/option and deprecation of Baja
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 Baja is a Synchronet module compiler and BASIC-like language for creating programmable command shells and modules for Synchronet versions 2 and 3.  Baja is a Synchronet module compiler and BASIC-like language for creating programmable command shells and modules for Synchronet versions 2 and 3. 
  
-Most Synchronet command ​shells ​are currently written in Baja.+Most Synchronet ​[[custom:command ​shell]]s ​are currently written in Baja
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 +**Note**:​\\ 
 +The //​Programmable Command and Menu Structure// implementation (basically, the compiled ''​.bin''​ file interpreter) in the Synchronet [[server:​Terminal]] Server is unlikely to be enhanced in the future. Synchronet'​s programability and extensibility is primarily through [[custom:​JavaScript]] modules and services and future script development should be focused there.
  
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-Baja source files are plain ASCII text files (IBM CP437 characters may also be used). The Baja language is documented [[http://​synchro.net/​docs/​baja.html|here]].+Baja source files (''​*.src'',​ ''​*.inc''​) ​are plain ASCII text files (IBM CP437 characters may also be used). The Baja language is documented [[http://​synchro.net/​docs/​baja.html|here]]
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 +Baja source files are normally stored in the Synchronet ''​[[dir:​exec]]''​ directory. 
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 +==== Includes ==== 
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 +Baja source files may include other source files (usually named ''​*.inc''​) using the Baja ''​!include''​ directive. Included files are normally stored in the same directory as the ''​*.src''​ files but you can direct the Baja compiler to look in a different directory for included files by either defining the ''​BAJAINCLUDE''​ [[config:​env|environment variable]] or by using the '​-i'​ command-line option. 
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 +By forcing the Baja compiler to look in a different directory (e.g. ''​sbbs/​[[dir:​exec]]''​) for ''​!include''​d files, you could, for example, compile ''​.src''​ files in your ''​[[dir:​mods]]''​ directory which still ''​!include''​ files from the ''​[[dir:​exec]]''​ directory.
  
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