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.


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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