Using scripting languages for KDE4 main modules

Thiago Macieira thiago at
Sun Oct 1 12:31:57 BST 2006

Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
>> For the former case, we already have decided on the official language
>> and it's JavaScript. We already have the interpreter in KDELibs (KJS).
>Not for Koffice, fortunately. We have Kross, which makes it really easy
> to offer one scripting interface that works with any language for which
> there's an interpreter plugin. We first used kjs for Krita's scripting
> language, but it was a pain to provide bindings to the objects we
> wanted to expose to script writers, and it was a pain to write scripts.

It doesn't have to be KJS, but it would be nice if it were, since it's 
already installed and part of KDE Libs.

But if any scripting is provided, JavaScript (in some form or another) 
should be supported. That's what was decided in aKademy 2005.

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