From: Neil Madden <n...@cs.nott.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2008 21:12:00 +0100
Subject: ANN TclJS 1.0 [Was: Re: Autoproxy behind a corporate firewall that uses a website to configure proxy]
> Okay, taming spidermonkey is one possibility. I also found -
> http://browsex.com/jstcl.html , which might be able to do the trick.
> The source is available from the site. Maybe I'll get a chance to
> play around with that or spidermonkey in the near future. I think
> that developing a method of HTTP access behind these large corporate
> firewalls would be an asset to the community.
needs it more and more these days). Well, I didn't feel like hacking
around with SpiderMonkey (the install instructions seemed to start with
a dozen or so dependencies, like most Mozilla stuff...), so I instead
decent. I've put the result up at: http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/~nem/tcl/ as
the "tcljs" package. Note: it's LGPL as that is the license NJS uses
(fine for me). Usage:
package require tcljs 1.0
Should make things pretty simple :-) Note though, that NJS does mention
I was thinking about adding some more features to this, but then I
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