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From Paul King <>
Subject Re: Ideas on support of javax.script'ing
Date Fri, 27 Oct 2006 22:11:33 GMT
Peter Reilly wrote:
> On 10/27/06, Paul King <> wrote:
>> Peter Reilly wrote:
>> > [...] however, having bsf.jar and js.jar in
>> > the $ANT_HOME/lib, is a user's choice, so if they are there it is
>> > a good assumption that the user wants to use them.
>> I think that Groovy has native jsr support but jruby didn't last
>> time I checked (though that may soon or may have already changed)
> Support for jruby is provided via the
> java scripting project:
> They have a number of engines for various languages
> that do not have native implementations.
> (provided as language engine jar files).
> Peter

Cool. I didn't remember the list being so complete last time
I looked. I guess the question still remains. If I needed BSF
for e.g. NetRexx would I want BSF or JSR for everything else?
I suspect I would be going JSR if I could.


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