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Quick links into the documentation:
SEE can let you:
Please see the current SEE library documentation for examples of using of SEE, and the data types it exposes. (You may wish to compare SEE with the Spidermonkey API - my notes.)
SEE does not provide a document object model. However, the API was designed with the goal of binding SEE objects to a DOM.
If you want to make your application use SEE, you should look at writing a bridging module that your application attaches to SEE. The module abstraction also serves as a primitive way to extend the see-shell example application, as modules can be loaded from shared libraries. See the comprehensive example for more information.
See the current NEWS for what development progress has been made, including bugs found and fixed.
Developers, if you're thinking of using SEE at all, please try the current sources. They're usually pretty stable, and I would really appreciate feedback. There's a bugzilla link at the bottom of this page.
The new, big things in 3.0 are
Please note that SEE's 2.x API is not going to be being maintained. (Well, not by me or anyone I know anyway.)
I have written up a brief summary of the function signatures and types that have been added or changed.
For the future, some of the things I've been looking at are:
If you are interested in joining the SEE developer's mailing list, please send mail to Majordomo at adaptive-enterprises.com.au with the body "subscribe see-dev" .
The subversion repository for this software can be accessed through
http://svn.adaptive-enterprises.com/see/see or browsed with ViewVC.
This software has been released under a BSD-style licence. This essentially means free for any use, with the one condition that the author of this software be credited in appropriate documentation.
If you find a bug in this software, please report it.