SpiderMonkey .Net embedding objects instead of class

first post: Dude3000 wrote: Hi, From reading the spidermonkey source code, i sort of understan...

latest post: SilverX wrote: When you embed any type. Whether it be static or an instance class....

SpiderMonkey.net with SpiderMonkey 17

first post: Dude3000 wrote: Hi, i'm trying to make SpiderMonkey.net work with SpiderMonkey 17. ...

iOS Support

first post: GarethHayter wrote: Hi. Is SpiderMonkey-dotnet able to be used on iOS (via MonoTouch)?...

latest post: GarethHayter wrote: Thanks abstrakmethodz. I don't have MonoTouch yet either, but as s...

Debugging

first post: abstraktmethodz wrote: A tool to debug embedded javascript would be a huge boon. There s...

latest post: abstraktmethodz wrote: Correction: Bobby Holley wrote: > Just FYI, you shouldn't write an...

License for Commercial Use

first post: zeroreality wrote: I am currently shopping around for an embedded .NET scripting engi...

latest post: zeroreality wrote: This is great news! I also just found your contact info on the mai...

Compiling SpiderMonkey with --enable-trace-jscalls

first post: jimmibs wrote: Hi, i want to modified spidermonkey-dotnet to use the JS_SetFuncti...

latest post: zeroreality wrote: You could try grabbing the SpiderMonkey source right from Mozilla a...

Feature Requests

first post: SilverX wrote: Besides the Debug API, which I do intend to add eventually (Mozilla...

latest post: SilverX wrote: I wouldn't worry too much about sending me the x64 binaries. I can ...

Passing .Net object instance into JavaScript runtime

first post: AlanSMac wrote: I've downloaded the spidermonkey-dotnet binaries and I am trying to...

latest post: AlanSMac wrote: Thanks for taking the time to post but I ended up going for IronPyt...

Dynamic properties/methods?

first post: user4815162342 wrote: Is there any way to create an object for which the properties or ar...

latest post: user4815162342 wrote: If the DynamicObject.cs is an example of how I would use this, then...

Targetting .NET 3.5

first post: jamesjardine wrote: Hi there,I got citeproc-js running inside smnet - amazing port you ...

latest post: SilverX wrote: According to the Singleton Development License you're free to devel...