Squirrel binary for Windows


The official Squirrel site provides source, but not an executable. If you don’t have time to compile or just want to get started using Squirrel right away, I’ve compiled the Squirrel interpreter for Windows and added the official samples for a quick test, along with the official docs. Run it with “sq filename.nut” to interpret a file, “sq -c filename.nut” to pre-compile a script, or just “sq” for an interactive prompt. You can get the file here: squirrel2.2.zip. Enjoy!


8 Responses to “Squirrel binary for Windows”

  1. 1 Corné

    Thanks! I hate it when i have to compile my own binaries 😛

  2. 2 modulatum

    Sure thing, enjoy!

  3. 3 toli


  4. мне кажется: бесподобно!!

  5. 5 Ajay

    Hi Modulatum,

    Can you share the the new versions executable binaries…

    Would be a greater help…

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  7. 7 Charles Edwards

    Do you have another web site. The binary I downloaded from this site is corrupt.

  8. It just keeps saying the file doesn’t exist, even when the file is in the same directory. It doesn’t let me run the files in the samples folder, either.

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