Welcome to the website of the Simba project.
There is no large development released planned, but you can always get the latest builds for Simba, see Downloading Simba.
Currently we will focus on bringing Simba to Windows 64 bit and back to Linux.
News about larger development plans will surface soon.
Simba is a program used to repeat certain (complicated) tasks. Typically these tasks involve using the mouse and keyboard. Simba is programmable, which means you can design your own logic and steps that Simba will follow, based upon certain input.
This “input” can vary greatly; from data in files to colors and text on the screen.
and more. Start now by Downloading Simba.
Currently Simba is still in its beta stages; this includes the documentation. You will probably notice some parts of the documentation aren’t finished or are just plain missing. Don’t be fooled by the look of the documentation as it is identical to this homepage, in the future they may be merged.
Simba runs on a few platforms, but currently only runs well on Windows. After installing Simba, it is highly recommend that you look at the Documentation! It contains information on how to install and setup Simba with
See this guide: http://docs.villavu.com/simba/gettingstarted.html
Simba for Windows can be downloaded as installer (DOWNLOAD), a portable build will follow soon. The installer will associate .simba files with Simba.
Linux support is broken as of Simba 1.0, but will return soon with subsequent releases!!!
Simba for Linux is still somewhat unstable and no direct release are offered, however, unofficial nightly builds exist for both Linux and Windows at l0.lt.
At this page: http://l0.lt/builders/master, click the “Download latest build” link to get to the latest (unstable) Simba release.
The documentation contains a lot of valuable information about Simba and is essential for both the starting and advanced programmer. It contains tutorials, API references and design documentation.
The Source code is hosted on github, and can be cloned like this:
git clone git://github.com/MerlijnWajer/Simba.git
Alternatively, there’s also another web interface to the Simba repository, found on git.villavu.com.