[parenscript-devel] Parlez-vous ActionScript?
vsedach at gmail.com
Mon Jun 25 21:59:32 UTC 2007
That is definitely something I'm thinking of, and as Red pointed out
it may not be particularly hard but it will be tricky. Before we
decided to stick by ParenScript and DHTML at my startup (we considered
we were contemplating writing the UI in Flash/Flex, possibly in
parallel with the DHTML version. I still think that there is a
possibility we might do this in the future, and if we will, it will be
by extending ParenScript to target Flash as another platform.
I welcome any contributions to extend ParenScript to generate
ECMAScript 4. Let me know if you need any help.
On 6/24/07, John Pallister <john at synchromesh.com> wrote:
> Hello list,
> While people are discussing future directions for ParenScript, I thought I'd add
> my two cents.
> I am developing systems based around XHTML, X3D and Adobe Flex; in all three
> 1.x) while Flex (i.e. Flash 9) uses ActionScript 3.0, which is an implementation
> The point is, ECMAScript 4 has a variety of new features (optional static
> typing, classes, interfaces, packages, generators, list comprehensions etc. -
> there's a nice overview at ) which aren't currently supported by ParenScript.
> than if , it would be great if any overhaul of ParenScript could be done with
> an eye to incorporating some or all of these features in the near future
> (hopefully by other interested parties such as myself).
> The "add a compiler" POV vs. the "keep it simple" perspective echoes the two
> added (and I'm already using them in ActionScript 3), it would be great if they
> could be added to ParenScript without causing too much inconvenience to those
> who like it the way it is now.
> I would like to help out with this task; I might have some time to spend on it
> later in the year.
> John :^P
>  http://www.ecmascript-lang.org/ - includes reference impl. in Standard ML
>  "ActionScript 3: The Language of Flex. A Conversation with James Ward, Part
> I", http://www.artima.com/lejava/articles/actionscript.html
>  http://www.mozilla.org/projects/tamarin/
> John Pallister
> john at synchromesh.com
> Wellington, New Zealand
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