Sunday March 19th, 2000
#12 Re: Re: Stand-alone JS-Engine?
Tuesday March 21st, 2000 2:38 AM
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No, I don't meant a version that can be embedded into a browser, server or what ever (so far I understood this concept :-). I meant it as a stand-alone application, like the perl interpreter, e.g. that I can type in my shell:
so that the file "helloworld.js" is loaded and executed, and after execution, the interpreter stops. This not only requires a simple wrapper around the embeddable engine, but also a (portable, system independant) library which gives access to system resources, e.g. file/directory/network access. Maybe this already exists, but I haven't seen anything like. If you know something like, please give me a pointer...