Building and installing

Note on 64 bits architecture The project was made to work only on 64 bits computers, meaning that it can not (and will never) work on 32 bits computers. 64 bits CPU appeared in the 1990s and allow developpers to use more RAM (from a few GB to thousands of TB), while 32 bits CPU appeared in 1960s, they shall now be replaced.


Standard Library Documentation

Modules documentation

  • Bitwise, to do bit manipulation
  • Console, to play with colors in the console
  • Hash, to generate hash (sha256, md5...)
  • HTTP, to make HTTP servers and clients
  • JSON, to load, save, and use JSON
  • MsgPack
  • Random, to generate random numbers

ArkScript C++ API documentation

Language specification