An ECMAScript shell running on Adobe AIR
ZMShell runs on Adobe AIR and relies on the ZombieMonkey project which encapsulates the Tamarin binaries for compiling and running ECMAScript at runtime.
ZMShell is intended to be both a rapid prototyping tool for Flash projects and as a general platform to perform scripting tasks on the host system.
ZMShell requires a separate subproject called InteractiveShell, which is contained in the "shell" repository. In the future, it will probably be merged into the main project.
The ZombieMonkey Shell gives the client full access to the top level, Flash Player, Flash Professional, and AIR APIs.
In addition, there are a small set of functions and variables exposed by the ZombieMonkey Shell that allow you to manipulate the interactive shell.
ZMShell is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
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What's New in This Release:
- New history access, saving commands to files, executing ECMAScript files, and runtime access to eval (as eval2)