[webkit-dev] Use SquirrelFishExtreme Alone, Many Questions

Ariya Hidayat ariya.hidayat at trolltech.com
Wed Mar 18 09:15:57 PDT 2009

> I'm working on v3 of my 3D engine dim3, it's a complete rewrite in a
> number of areas (for instance going to GLSL, new physics, etc).  The
> last thing I'm looking at is the javascript engine that runs the
> scripting.  Right now I'm using SpiderMonkey 1.7, and I'm investigating
> moving away from that for a couple reasons.  So, I googled, looked at
> the wiki, and can't seem to find the answers for these, though they seem
> like obvious things so I might have just missed it.

You can build JSC stand-alone (and thus get the SFX) without the rest of 

As example, if you build the Qt port (QtWebKit), see 
http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/BuildingQtOnLinux on how to do that, you will get 
the JS interpreter at WebKitBuild/Release/JavaScriptCore/jsc.

Ariya Hidayat, Software Engineer
Qt Software, Nokia Devices R&D

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