Sansar.Script Namespace

Sansar.Script Namespace




Script types:

Type Description
CancelData The event is sent when a subscription is canceled.
ComponentId Encapsulates a Component Id.
CoroutineException An exception occurred relating to Coroutine execution.
DefaultValueAttribute Set a default value to show in the script properties field.
DisplayNameAttribute Set the name to be shown in script properties for this field.
EditorVisibleAttribute Mark a non-public script field as visible in the editor.
EventData Base class for events.
InstanceInterface Base class for all Sansar Script Object Oriented C# interfaces.
Log The Log class handles script logging and error reporting
Log.Message Represents a single console message.
LogLevel Used by Sansar.Script.Log to filter messages.
Memory The Memory class reports on script pool memory use.
Memory.SubscriptionHandler Notifies scripts about memory events.
MemoryData Notifies scripts about memory events.
MemoryUseLevel Used by Sansar.Script.Memory to report script memory use.
NonReflectiveAttribute Prevents methods from being reflected using Sansar.Script.Reflective.AsInterface``1.
ObjectId Encapsulates an Object Id.
OperationCompleteEvent Many asynchronous APIs will trigger an OperationCompleteEvent when done.
RangeAttribute Specify a range of valid values for the field in script properties.
Reflective Base class which provides for simple reflection of methods through a given interface.
ScriptBase Base class for all scripts, has ScriptHandle accessors and coroutine utilities.
ScriptBase.OperationComplete Used to obtain notification that the operation has completed.
ScriptEventData Result of a Sansar.Script.ScriptBase.PostScriptEvent(Sansar.Script.ScriptId, string, Sansar.Script.Reflective) call.
ScriptHandle A running script in Sansar.
ScriptId Encapsulates an Script Id.
SessionId Encapsulates a Session Id.
ThrottleException Thrown when a method is called too often
Timer The Timer class is a static class that manages timer events for a script.

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