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QSA - Another ECMAScript derivative

Java script Dude
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Just found a post on Trolltech's latest products an looks like those
great hackers have created a scripting toolkit for building cross
platform apps as an extension to their C++ Qt Frameworks.

The cool thing is that it's based on ECMAScript. Great news for all you
JavaScript hackers out there. Maybe soon we can start using are JS
skills on the desktop outside of a browser :]


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Lasse Reichstein Nielsen
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"Java script Dude" <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

> Maybe soon we can start using are JS skills on the desktop outside
> of a browser :]

While it's a new implementation, the idea itself isn't that new. You
can do the same in Windows using JScript through the WSH
Or, if you can write program extensions in it, maybe it's closer to XUL

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