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  • BESEN - Complete open-source ECMAScript Fifth Edition implemention in Object Pascal [Delphi/FreePascal]
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  • BrendanEich/narcissus - JavaScript interpreter written in pure JavaScript (i.e., a meta-circular evaluator), using the SpiderMonkey engine.
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  • DMDScript - Implementation of ECMA 262 scripting language; standalone and ActiveScript versions available. By Digital Mars.
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  • GLUEscript (Glueing Libraries Using EcmaScript) - The successor of wxJavaScript. The goal of this project is to create a JavaScript engine which can be used as a general purpose language (like Perl for instance).
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  • GPSEE - An open-source project for developing and running CommonJS programs, enhancing existing programs using SpiderMonkey's JSAPI, and adding interoperability between JSAPI projects.
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  • Introduction to the JavaScript Shell - SpiderMonkey - The JavaScript shell (js) is a command-line program included in the SpiderMonkey source distribution. It is the JavaScript equivalent of Python's interactive prompt, the Lisp read-eval-print loop, or Ruby's irb. The article explains how to use the shell to experiment with JavaScript code and run JavaScript programs.
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  • JavaLikeScript - A general-purpose JavaScript platform. It aims to provide an extensible tooling framework. Can be used for various purposes including client-side, server-side or desktop scripting. Comes in two parts: a low level set of native libraries and a set of JavaScript libraries.
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  • JavaScript Shell Extended - A command-line interface for JavaScript and DOM.
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  • js-test-driver - Remote JavaScript console.
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  • JSDB - JavaScript for databases, a scripting language for data-driven, network-centric programming on Windows, Mac, Linux, and SunOS. It is free and open-source. Use it as a JavaScript shell, to run CGI programs, or as a web server.
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  • JSLibs - Standalone JavaScript development environment. Goals: turn JavaScript into a general-purpose scripting language. Has a set of native modules that contains many general-purpose classes and functions. Open source, GPL.
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  • JSPL - A bridge between Perl and JavaScript (the SpiderMonkey engine specifically). JSPL makes it easier for JavaScript programmers to write stand-alone, out-of-the-browser, applications.
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  • Mozilla: xpcshell - An XPConnect-enabled JavaScript Shell. It is a console application that lets run JavaScript code. Unlike the ordinary JS shell (js), xpcshell lets the scripts running in it access XPCOM functionality.
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  • OpenJDK: Nashorn - Implement a lightweight high-performance JavaScript runtime in Java with a native JVM.
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  • Rhino - An open-source implementation of JavaScript written entirely in Java.
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  • SpiderMonkey - Mozilla's JavaScript engine written in C/C++. It is used in various Mozilla products, including Firefox, and is available under the MPL2.
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  • Tamarin - JavaScript engine written in C++. Implements Adobe ActionScript 3 (a superset of ECMAScript Edition 3) and is embedded within the Adobe Flash Player versions 9 and later.
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  • Nombas - All about Nombas, the scripting company that no longer exists. (April 01, 2012)
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