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IDProjectCategoryView StatusDate SubmittedLast Update
0008845opensim[MISC] Compiling / Buildingpublic2021-01-03 02:262021-01-03 08:23
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PlatformOperating SystemOperating System Version
Product Version0.9.1.0 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0008845: CompileLanguag No encontrado
DescriptionI can't find the options to customize the compilation. I have to use a script that has a mixture of C # language [^]

There are options on this page that I can't find in my files.
I have looked at

where are it?
how can i use another compilation language
TagsC#, CompileLanguag
Git Revision or version number
Run ModeStandalone (1 Region)
Physics EngineBulletSim
Script EngineXEngine
Mono VersionNone
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tampa (reporter)
2021-01-03 04:36

I don't think any of the other functions are still supported. MOD functions were removed I think and using other script engines via selector I think there is only the direct C# still in there and that's probably not working anymore.

LSL extended with OSSL is really all you need anyways.
nikolsy (reporter)
2021-01-03 06:43

Hi tampa!, thanks for answering..
I need to be able to read files that are in folders external to OpenSim, although inside my computer.
in this link you can see an example of a project with a similar concept. [^]
tampa (reporter)
2021-01-03 06:50

Think that or a similar system was proposed to be added to OpenSim a while ago, but ultimately something like this is a security nightmare. If that module still exists you can build it with OpenSim and use that, but implementing it directly into OpenSim is very unlikely.
nikolsy (reporter)
2021-01-03 06:58

you mean i have to download an older version of opensim?
in that case, which version? Do you remember in which version the use of another language is allowed?

At present, is there no way to use an alternative language?
javascript, groovy ... etc
djphil (reporter)
2021-01-03 07:03

Just add this line AllowedCompilers = "lsl,cs" in the [XEngine] section of your Opensim.ini and the sync.lsl script written in C# will compile correctly.
nikolsy (reporter)
2021-01-03 08:11
edited on: 2021-01-03 08:12

Hi djphil!
thanks for answering...
I have gone to check and it works perfectly.

also works with other languages?
do you know if it has a limit ?, for example only works with javascript and C#. or allows others

unfortunately C#, it's not my language

djphil (reporter)
2021-01-03 08:19

As far as I know, the following languages are still allowed: lsl, cs, vb
I don't know if javascript (js) is still allowed ...

I couldn't find the format for the books on the Grimore site/Alexandria Project.
Do you have a book model? ?

PS: There is a good chance that this project can only be done with LSL/OSSL.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2021-01-03 02:26 nikolsy New Issue
2021-01-03 02:29 nikolsy Tag Attached: y=188.5172
2021-01-03 02:29 nikolsy Tag Attached: C#
2021-01-03 02:29 nikolsy Tag Attached: CompileLanguag
2021-01-03 02:29 nikolsy Tag Detached: y=188.5172
2021-01-03 04:36 tampa Note Added: 0037442
2021-01-03 06:43 nikolsy Note Added: 0037448
2021-01-03 06:50 tampa Note Added: 0037449
2021-01-03 06:58 nikolsy Note Added: 0037450
2021-01-03 07:03 djphil Note Added: 0037451
2021-01-03 08:11 nikolsy Note Added: 0037452
2021-01-03 08:12 nikolsy Note Edited: 0037452 View Revisions
2021-01-03 08:19 djphil Note Added: 0037453
2021-01-03 08:19 nikolsy Priority urgent => none
2021-01-03 08:19 nikolsy Status new => confirmed
2021-01-03 08:19 nikolsy Summary CompileLanguag Not found => CompileLanguag No encontrado
2021-01-03 08:19 nikolsy Steps to Reproduce Updated View Revisions
2021-01-03 08:23 nikolsy Status confirmed => resolved
2021-01-03 08:23 nikolsy Steps to Reproduce Updated View Revisions

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