I am confused.
I just read for the first time that Unity supports this language called UnityScript which is built upon the ECMA standard (?). I've never heard of this language before, and it seems the people at Unity themselves aren't shouting it from the rooftops: in the script reference for example, there is only a single mention of "UnityScript".
Even so, it's mentioned a lot of times on the community support sites and there seem to be special editors for UnityScript, like this one.
Answer by Eric5h5
Dec 28, 2011 at 01:22 PM
Thanks for the quick reply and for the links!
Thanks for the clarification Bunny!
Actually the "Head First into Unity with UnityScript" article was also outdated and wrong in places, so I've updated it. Some parts may still need additional updating but I think it's at least mostly correct now.
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