Vnano Official Website
Here is the official website of the Vnano.
What is the Vnano ?
A Compact Script Engine for Embedded Use in Applications
The Vnano (VCSSL nano) is a compact script engine for embedded use in applications. The Vnano is currently available for Java® and Kotlin® applications.
Open source, MIT License
Vnano is developed as an open source software, and released under the MIT license.
Simple C-like Syntax
The scripting language of the Vnano has simple C-like syntax.- Example of a script written in the Vnano -
The Vnano is developed by RINEARN, which is a (personal) software development studio in Japan developing tools for data-analysis, visualization, computation, and so on. Therefore, the Vnano focuses on the computing speed to some degree, assuming usages on the data-processing/analysis tools.
Trial of the Vnano
If the Java Development Kit (JDK) is already available on your environment, you can try using the Vnano in few minutes.
Step1. Download the Script Engine of the Vnano
At first, download the JAR file "Vnano.jar" by clicking the following button, and put it in the temporal working folder.
Step2. Prepare an Example Java Application
Then, create a file "SampleExample.java" in the same folder with "Vnano.jar", and copy & paste the following code in the file.- An Example Java Application Using Vnano -
This Java application computes "1.2 + 3.4" by using the script engine of the Vnano.
Step3. Compile and Run
Finally, "cd" to the folder in which "Vnano.jar" and the example application are, and then compile and run the application as follows:
java -cp ".;Vnano.jar" SimpleExample (For Windows®)
java -cp ".:Vnano.jar" SimpleExample (For other OSes)
Note that separator-characters ( ; or : ) of class-paths are different between the above two commands.
The result is：
As the above, we successfully compute the value of "1.2 + 3.4" on the script engine. For more detailed explanation of how to use the Vnano, see the following page: