Using Nashorn on a web app platform
ekemokai at gmail.com
Mon Mar 31 20:37:43 UTC 2014
Thanks for the follow-up.
I went ahead and installed and tested with JDK 8, so far it seems to work
as expected...it seems my problem was using jdk-7.
By the way if you want to try it, you'll need to
*create a new App,
*right-click and select test
On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 2:36 PM, Jim Laskey (Oracle) <
james.laskey at oracle.com> wrote:
> With JDK8, ASM has been included in the JDK. This allows, Lambda, JSR-292
> and Nashorn to share the same version of ASM. Would you describe what
> issue you are running into?
> -- Jim
> On Mar 31, 2014, at 3:24 PM, Edmond Kemokai <ekemokai at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > I am the developer of HiveMind (crudzilla.com), it is a web app platform
> > for the JVM. It is a combination of a container (jetty), middle-ware and
> > dev environment.
> > The platform uses JSR-223 so that a users can use many of the scripting
> > engines available for various languages on the JVM.
> > but it seems Nashorn doesn't include ASM and including ASM separately
> > creates other conflicts.
> > The Groovy jar for instance includes ASM by changing the package names
> > eliminating conflict...perhaps Nashorn should be packaged this way as
> > Here is a quick screencast showing usage:
> > http://crudzilla.com/assets/img/info-graphics/lang-demo.gif
> > -Edmond
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