Alien::Gvascript 1.01


Contrairement à ce que j’ai (et peut-être vous aussi) pu croire, il n’y
a pas que du Perl dans CPAN.


GvaScript (pronounce “gee-vascript”) is a javascript framework
born in Geneva, Switzerland (GVA is the IATA code for Geneva
Cointrin International Airport).

It is built on top of the prototype object-oriented javascript framework
( and offers a number of extensions and
widgets, such as keymap handling, application-specific events,
autocompletion on input field, and a tree navigator — see
Browse DAMI/Alien-GvaScript-1.00/lib/Alien/GvaScript/html -

GvaScript is distributed using Perl tools, but the actual content
of the library is pure javascript; hence its location in the Alien
namespace (see the Alien manifesto).

GvaScript runtime library does not need Perl; you can integrate
it in any other Web programming framework. Perl is only needed
for developers who want to modify GvaScript sources and recreate
a distribution package.