Excerpts from Tyler Gillies's message of Mo Jul 05 22:17:56 +0200 2010:
That's because the import statement hasn't been implemented yet
> import: [System]
> gives me:
> ERROR [foo.fnc:1] : syntax error at symbol :
really. For now there's require: which works and takes a filename,
similar to how it's done in Ruby.
I think I really should update the examples page on fancy-lang.org
If you want to see some working code, have a look at fancy's git
repository here: http://github.com/bakkdoor/fancy
There you'll find some examples in the examples/ directory. Theres
also the lib/ directory which contains fancy code for its standard
library (core classes & their methods that aren't implemented in the
C++ interpreter but in Fancy itself).
Additionally, theres a test/ directory that contains FancySpec test
cases for the core classes (FancySpec is a RSpec-like BDD-library -
just a lot simpler. You can find it its implementation in
If you have any further questions, just let me know.
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