I've been using the Nexus client so far due mostly due to the convenience of it, but I haven't been able to figure out any way to handle file IO for scripting. Does anyone know if this is possible? I could see there being problems with accessing the file system in browser, but I'm sure something similar could be implemented with Nexus. Maybe there would be a way with functions or scripts?
More generally, the use case would be something where I have a series of commands saved and want to execute them in a specific order. For example, say I want to write a file with:
The goal would then be able to execute that file line by line, where an alias like readDefense could read line x, increment x by 1, etc. I know I could handle this specific case with some combination of aliases and reflexes based on the completion message of each action, but I want the more generally applicable case and I want more control over it. I know this is pretty trivial in Tintin++ and Cmud, and probably not too difficult in Mudlet, but not sure about Nexus.