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jslibs is a standalone JavaScript development environment for using JavaScript as a general-purpose scripting language. jslibs provides a set of native modules that contains various general-purpose classes and functions. Some of these modules are simple wrappers to familiar libraries such as zlib, SQLite, FastCGI, and NSPR. Other modules provide tools to enhance JavaScript programming. The jslibs distribution comes with a small standalone command-line access program (jshost) that can be used to run JavaScript files.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Dec 2009 12:28

    Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes and enhancements.

    •  31 May 2009 15:28

      Release Notes: New modules were added. jssvg renders Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) to an image buffer. jssdl wraps the Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) library API. jstask manages simultaneous JavaScript function execution using threads. jsjabber manages the XMPP protocol (Jabber Instant Messaging). jsiconv converts between different character encodings. jstrimesh manages triangle based 3D objects. jsvst is a new host that can be load as a VST plug-in. More than 225 bugfixes and 137 enhancements were made.

      •  18 Aug 2008 20:34

        Release Notes: This release includes a lot of API enhancements, many code optimizations, 12 bugfixes, 4 new modules, and 7 new classes.

        •  15 Mar 2008 19:33

          Release Notes: This release includes API enhancements and new functions, bug and memory leak fixes, and some performance enhancements. Documentation has been updated.

          •  27 Feb 2008 11:49

            Release Notes: This release includes several API enhancements and new functions, bug and memory leak fixes, and a lot of code optimizations. jsdebug is a new module that has been created to manage basic debugging tasks and to help monitor memory usage.


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