Anim8or Scripting Language
Anim8or Scripting Language (ASL) can be used by the 3d modeling and animation program Anim8or. ASL scripts can add various areas of functionality, including editor features and export formats. Like many other languages, its general syntax is based on that of C. It was first added to Anim8or in version 0.95 in 2006.
ASL uses the extension ".a8s" when being run as a plugin at startup, and ".txt" when being run in the middle of Anim8or execution. The specification is called ".ASL spec", which seems to suggest that it can also use the extension ".asl", but this isn't mentioned anywhere else.
ASL scripts have no strict format, but can probably be expected to have one "directive" (which identifies the category of functionality of the script) near the beginning. These are (in ASCII):