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Scripturian

Scripturian is a compact library that makes it very easy to integrate JVM languages (which support JSR-223). It lets you embed "scriptlets" into text documents, in the style of PHP, JSP, and ASP. It also allows boot strap JVM applications using any of the supported languages, which makes it easy to quickly configure and make changes in how your applications start up without re-compilation.

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  •  02 Jan 2014 15:56

    Release Notes: This release adds support for Lua (via Luaj) and the Nashorn JavaScript engine. It also allows for plugging in your own template parser, while the default "scriptlets" parser is still included.

    •  12 Sep 2010 00:15

      Release Notes: This is a major rewrite. JSR-223 is no longer used for adapters. In fact, Scripturian is beginning to become a scalable alternative for JSR-223. Over a year of work has been put into testing and stabilizing Scripturian.

      •  22 Apr 2009 04:34

        Release Notes: This is the first public release. It contains support for JavaScript, PHP, Python (both Jython and Jepp), Ruby, Groovy, and Velocity.

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