Re: New Module Proposal. libseed
- From: Hubert Figuiere <hub figuiere net>
- To: Robert Carr <carrr rpi edu>
- Cc: desktop-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: New Module Proposal. libseed
- Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 19:35:19 -0400
In the prior discussion, there was a lot of discussion as to GJS v. Seed.
Since then, compatibility between the two has improved a lot, notably
with Seed adopting GJS's imports system.
At this point, most GJS code could be pretty easily ported to Seed.
Porting Seed code
to GJS might be a bit more difficult, due to some things like Seed
making pervasive use of GObject.
It is more or less possible to write code to a "least common
denominator" of the two.
In addition I believe it would be possible to port GNOME Shell to
Seed, with no more than a few days work.
So in the botton line, what make Seed more suitable than gjs? Does that
mean there is a committment to only use the selected JS engine for
modules in GNOME?
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