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Kjs (kde)

KJS
Original author(s) Harri Porten
Developer(s) KDE
Initial release 2000 (2000)
Stable release 5.4 (November 6, 2014 (2014-11-06)) [1]
Preview release 5.2 (June 5, 2014 (2014-06-05)) [2]
Type JavaScript engine
Website JavaScript (ECMAScript)

KJS is KDE's ECMAScript-JavaScript engine that was originally developed for the KDE project's Konqueror web browser by Harri Porten in 2000.

On June 13, 2002, Maciej Stachowiak announced on a mailing list that Apple was releasing JavaScriptCore, a framework for Mac OS X that was based on KJS.[3] Through the WebKit project, JavaScriptCore has since evolved into SquirrelFish Extreme, a JavaScript engine that compiles JavaScript into native machine code.

References

  1. ^ "Release of KDE Frameworks 5.4.0".  
  2. ^ "KDE Ships Third Beta of Frameworks 5". KDE. 2014-06-05. 
  3. ^ kde-darwin mailing list, June 2002

External links

  • KJS (KDE JavaScript/EcmaScript Engine) - api.kde.org
  • KJSEmbed (allows access to QObjects from JavaScript)
  • KJSEmbed Documentation
  • OpenDarwin's Javascript engine based on KJS
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