just wondering if anyone has ever tried embedding and actually integrating any js engine into the .net environment. I could find and actually use (after a LOT of pain and effort, since it's pretty outdated and not quite finished) spidermonkey-do...
I am navigating a site using python's mechanize module and having trouble clicking on a javascript link for next page.  I did a bit of reading and people suggested I need python-spidermonkey and DOMforms.  I managed to get them installed by I am...
I'm currently using spidermonkey to run my JavaScript code. I'm wondering if there's a function to get input from the console similar to how Python does this:  var = raw_input()     Or in C++:  std::cin >> var;   I've looked aro...
The difference between a javascript Array, and Object is not very big. In fact it seems Array mainly adds the length field, so you can use both Arrays and Objects as numeric arrays:  var ar = new Array(); ar[0] = "foo"; ar["bar"] = &#...
I need to install the Spidermonkey JS engine on my work machine. The project I'm working on has a jslint script that requires Spidermonkey or a similar js binary. I've tried compiling Spidermonkey from source and gotten stuck in dependency he...
I need to get user input when running a .js in a console with spidermonkey like this:  $ js myprogram.js  What's the JavaScript equivalent of Ruby's gets?...
I noticed ubuntu 10.04 removed the spidermonkey package. Rhino looks like it's still there though. What are the differences between rhino and spidermonkey (besides what language they're written in). And why did they remove spidermonkey?...
For the first time, I began learning Javascript, however on the start I stuck up with two possible options: Rhino and Spidermonkey. Could you please, tell me what is one, and what is another, so I can easily choose for myself the best option that sui...
I'm learning JavaScript and I'm currently trying to figure out why (in Spidermonkey)  [].concat.apply([1], [[2]])   returns the expected [1, 2], but  Array.concat.apply([1], [[2]])   returns [2] instead of [1, 2].  Could someone provide a goo...
I have a server which will be serving up javascript files, I need to grab it and execute some of it's functions using SpiderMonkey in python. How can I do this?...

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