Hi:

Currently I'm helping Cesar Lopez Nataren to port the Rhino Lexer and
Parser stuff, and then finish the JScript compiler implementation. Maybe
it would be a good idea to finish to port to C#, than trying to use them
with IKVM, since you would have to run ikvm on top on mono, and then run
rhino on top of ikvm, representing a big overhead.

By the way, if you are interested in the first approach, you could try
to port Rhino and we could finish the JScript compiler earlier.

Carlos.

El jue, 17-06-2004 a las 14:06, Stuart Ballard escribiÃ:
> It occurred to me that it might be possible to run Rhino under IKVM to 
> get a quick boost into a mature ECMAScript implementation for Mono. 
> Presumably, with a couple of tweaks to ignore the "cli." prefix that 
> IKVM inserts for .NET classes, it would do most of what's required for 
> the .NET platform's JavaScript.
> 
> I have no time or knowledge to pursue this myself, but I'm throwing the 
> idea out there in case anyone wants to run with it. It might be possible 
> to get Rhino+IKVM to production quality quicker than the from-scratch 
> ECMAScript implementation that's being worked on at the moment. Worst 
> case, we end up with two high-quality ECMAScript implementations to 
> choose between :)
> 
> Stuart.
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