A TAME module is written in a language called TAMEScript, contained in text files. Those
files are read by the TAME compiler and converted into serialized, encoded
the tamec command.
Compiling a TAMEScript file is done at your OS's command prompt:
...where [filename] is the name of a TAMEScript file. A file named main.tscript
in the current directory would be compiled using this command:
...and that would produce a message similar to the following:
Wrote module.tame successfully.
This means that compilation was successful, and resulted in a file called module.tame to
be written as a result. But module.tame is a default name. If you want it changed, you would
either have to rename the file, or specify the name of the output file when running tamec
with a special switch:
tamec main.tscript --outfile main.tame
...which should produce:
Wrote main.tame successfully.