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Re: [pygame] Python bots in Galcon (or your game!) safe_eval
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- From: Luke Paireepinart <rabidpoobear@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 08 Mar 2007 17:33:04 -0600
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Phil Hassey wrote:
I've updated the script with some more tests and other goodies.
Regarding the stuff you mentioned - yah, it'll be interesting to see
where PyPy goes. As for embeding another language in Galcon - I did
consider embedding lua - it's pretty secure. But after mulling it
over, I figured I'd much rather have python bots, and warn users about
the danger of downloading and running strange bots.
I'm not sure how big your game's community is, but I had a suggestion
You could have some volunteer python programmers look over the bots
sumbitted and give them a rating.
So the users could see online before they download a bot what the
'apparent' security risk is.
Or you could even let the users rate the bots themselves.