[Mono-list] Porting Rhino to C#
Thu, 18 Jul 2002 20:23:36 +0200
> Is JScript ECMA compliant?
Not exactly, but mostly.
all-object for their browser, which is very similiar to the Document Object
Model. Netscape didn't agree and MS had to rename it the JScript.
However JScript.Net has .net optimisations to allow namespaces, classes,
To take advantage of mono, your compiler would have to do the same, so why
not just stay compatible with JScript.net?
PS: Please keep public messages on the list, they could be helpful for
> --- Guenther Roith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > All,
> > >
> > > New to the list, but I just wanted everyone to
> > know
> > > that I am starting a project to port the Rhino
> > > development for over 6 years and when I took a
> > look at
> > > Mono, I decided that I needed to learn the syntax
> > of
> > > C#. It is ridiculously similar to Java so it
> > should
> > > not be a problem. Plus, I needed something
> > besides
> > > "Hello World" programs to get my feet wet.
> > Although, I don't want to discourage you, what I
> > would like to see would be
> > a JS compiler, compatible with JScript.Net, that
> > makes use of the
> > Microsoft.JScript runtime, instead of creating a new
> > one.
> > Johannes
> Tony A. Mendoza
> UNIX Engineer
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