On 1/27/2016 9:58 AM, jflack wrote:
I just did a quick search on Lucee and what I found suggests that
it compiles to JVM bytecode and runs on a JVM. If that is the
case, and it can compile methods that will have the sort of
method signatures PL/Java expects, and you can put the .class
files in a jar and load it, your job should be just about done. :)
yes, Lucee uses ASM4 to construct class files which are mostly POJOs
the next version of Lucee (currently in Beta) does support JSR-223,
which I actually mentioned as a viable solution in my first email in
this thread. That would be awesome if PL/Java would support JSR-223.
Or, you might end up writing thin wrappers in Java, probably
Another possibility: Java has pluggable script engine support
(java specification request 233, see the javax.script package).
Does Lucee have an existing JSR 233 engine implementation?
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