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fix link to tenki Leaf check-in: 93d5e8a7ec user: lexi tags: trunk
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# visnov

`visnov` is a lightweight visual-novel authoring toolchain intended as an (eventual) alternative to the bulky & overcomplicated ren'py. visnov does not involve any scripting languages or DSLs: it's just a binary library with some tooling, and the user can choose to implement her visual novel in whatever language she likes. want to make a line of dialogue conditional on the weather? link in [tenki](https://c.hale.su/lexi/util) and query the Dark Sky API.

this repository also includes a low-level binding to ocaml, intended to be used by user-defined functions that operate on native ocaml data structures appropriate to the specific game. those bindings are defined in `visnov.ml`

## build process

`visnov` has very few external dependencies. the only thing you should need to worry about is [libglfw3](https://glfw.org), though the `visnov` library itself does not require glfw to build.



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# visnov

`visnov` is a lightweight visual-novel authoring toolchain intended as an (eventual) alternative to the bulky & overcomplicated ren'py. visnov does not involve any scripting languages or DSLs: it's just a binary library with some tooling, and the user can choose to implement her visual novel in whatever language she likes. want to make a line of dialogue conditional on the weather? link in [tenki](https://c.hale.su/util) and query the Dark Sky API.

this repository also includes a low-level binding to ocaml, intended to be used by user-defined functions that operate on native ocaml data structures appropriate to the specific game. those bindings are defined in `visnov.ml`

## build process

`visnov` has very few external dependencies. the only thing you should need to worry about is [libglfw3](https://glfw.org), though the `visnov` library itself does not require glfw to build.