Yes, it's correct. But you can have a small script engine that handle all the basic things (variables, math, for, while, etc).

The idea is that you can register classes to be called when some token appear. It's a way to bypass the reflection.

Remember that you have to think small in this kind of hardware.


On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 12:03 AM, Marcelo Fukushima <takeshi10@gmail.com> wrote:
while i cant say anything for the devs (im not one of them), i think
it would be extremely hard, since jme doesnt have reflection

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