[csw-users] Mozilla SpiderMonkey JavaScript interpreter binary missing

Lenny Miceli miceli at buffalo.edu
Thu Oct 25 17:14:04 CEST 2012

Thanks Jan for the quick response.  I'll wait until it's rebuilt and 
then will update the package on my server.

Thanks again,

On 10/25/2012 11:07 AM, Jan Holzhueter wrote:
> Hi,
> Am 25.10.12 16:46, schrieb Lenny Miceli:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> Since we can't use Node.js since we're running Solaris sparc our
>> developers are going to try to use Mozilla's SpiderMonkey.
>> So I installed libjs1_7_0 from the current repository and it only seems
>> to include the library per:
>>> pkgutil -L libjs1_7_0
>> /opt/csw/lib/libjs.so.1.7.0
>> /opt/csw/share/doc/libjs1_7_0
>> /opt/csw/share/doc/libjs1_7_0/license
>> The OpenCSW description says "The Mozilla SpiderMonkey JavaScript
>> interpreter and library, libjs.so.1.7.0" so we also would assume that
>> the "js" binary would be included.  Does anyone know why the binary is
>> not included?  I do understand that the web page only reflects the x86
>> unstable branch of packages but I would assume the binary would be
>> included for sparc and in the current repository.
> I don't know why we don't have the spidermonkey shell in a package.
> I see no reason why not. If I have the time tomorrow I will try to
> include it. (It seems to build fine)
> Maybe someone else will pick it up earlier.
> Sorry for that.
> Greetings
> Jan
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