Yes, but that brings back my original point. If they don’t have node installed, it’s a pretty bad experience. And my poor Qt/QML users may not even know what node is.
I think it would be cool to package up tern.java into a bundle that runs on Nashorn that we can start working with and see if we can extend it for QML. I’ll see if I can spring some cycles to help with that if it hasn’t already been done.
On using Node.js we have:
- Use of node.js installation on user environment Version: v0.12.2 and later
The CQ is resolved, so JSDT can use the user's existing Node.js installation (we aren't able to redistribute it).
On 10/12/2015 11:38 AM, Doug Schaefer wrote:
Tern isn’t the issue. I see we do have CQ’s that approve Tern and Acorn for use with Orion. The issue is with the run times. We could start with Nashorn. J2V8 would need to be IP approved before we could use it.
I know Max has dealt with the legal issues with these components. Be good to hear from him on where things are :).
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