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JSDB?

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I was struggling with the stand-alone SpiderMonkey interpreter [0],
trying to get it to do things it apparently wasn't designed for. Then
somebody recommended JSDB [1], which embeds SpiderMonkey, and looks
quite interesting. Does anybody here have experience with JSDB? I
haven't tested it yet, and I'm a little wary of software that comes in a
free/open version in addition to a commercial closed source package
(which might contain all the good bits).
- Conrad

[0] https://developer.mozilla.org/En/SpiderMonkey
[1] http://www.jsdb.org/
Oct 23 '08 #1
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On Oct 23, 10:03*am, Conrad Lender <crlen...@yahoo.comwrote:
I was struggling with the stand-alone SpiderMonkey interpreter [0],
trying to get it to do things it apparently wasn't designed for. Then
somebody recommended JSDB [1], which embeds SpiderMonkey, and looks
quite interesting. Does anybody here have experience with JSDB?
Haven't tried it, but looks interesting.
I
haven't tested it yet, and I'm a little wary of software that comes in a
free/open version in addition to a commercial closed source package
(which might contain all the good bits).
Dunno if you miss much in the free version, the site says:

"Additional functionality or even less restrictive
license terms may be purchased..."
So maybe you get to chose whether you want more functionality or a
less restrictive licence? ;-p

Perhaps the user group has the answer, I couldn't find one so maybe
you have to ask:

<URL: http://groups.google.com/group/jsdb/topics?gvc=2 >
--
Rob
Oct 23 '08 #2

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