2-byte aligned. Check the
JSVAL macros at the top of
Patch from bug 351602 should fix the problem. After applying that patch, recompile JS and define
JS_USE_ONLY_NSPR_LOCKS in the build.
Coding Spidermonkey in C
check out this tutorial
How to compile Tamarin on Linux/x86
There is a patch that allows you to compile it.
Rhino JS is significantly slower in run-time than native Java. Even when Rhino is pre-compiled with high optimization, it still is no match for a compiled Java program.
You can call
getImplementationVersion() on a
Context instance and it gives you a string, e.g. <tt>Rhino 1.6 release 2 2005 09 19</tt>.
This results in a class file.
Compiler options can be vied here.
No, accessing anything in the web page's script may lead to security problems. See XPCNativeWrapper.