I am working on a html-based calculator, and I want to render an expression, then evaluate it, and all of this must be done in Javascript. I would prefer for the expression to be written in LaTeX, and for it to be possible to edit the rendered expres...
I've been building a basic live-evaluation javascript development environment (I call it the WEPL.) over the past few days, and realized it'd be nice to be able to associate error messages to line numbers.  Unfortunately, eval() doesn't p...
JS-Interpreter is a somewhat well-known JavaScript Interpreter. It has security advantages in that it can completely isolate your code from document and allows you to detect attacks such as infinite loops and memory bombs. This allows you to run exte...
I'm looking for the best tool for benchmarking the speed of JavaScript interpreters.   Preferably this shouldn't be a tool written by a conflicted party such as Mozilla or Google, although I understand that these might give the most accurate...
Have you ever thought it'd be cool if you could use your favorite features from other languages in plain old Javascript. For example, I'd love to be able to use the F# pipeline operator '|>', but the proposal for the pipeline opera...
In my application, third party game developers will write simple javascript logic based on my template. They will enter their code into a textbox (online), and I will store their code as Strings.   For example, one game developer would write this:  c...
I'm looking for a way to write JavaScript or ActionScript and have it read to make some batch processing tasks (converting sound files to another format, plus writing out an XML file list of the files processed).  The only Macro / Batch Processin...
I'm currently working on a project which requires JS support (actual program written in C#) and am using Jint as the interpreter. Before I did any further work, I ran a basic performance test to find the difference between a compiler (E.g. Chrome...
In function code, when I do this:  eval( 'var default = 100;' ); alert( default );   the browser's JS engines* will throw a Syntax Error on the second statement, as if the first statement executed successfully.   See here: http://jsfiddle...
For a school project me and a classmate are writing a domain-specific language in javascript (node). The language contains statements that require user input via a Websocket connection.  When a statement requires user input, the interpreter must stop...

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