JRECOMPILER - Make Java Script!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is JRecompiler?

Why is it called a re-compiler?

Does JRecompiler re-compile any Java classes?

Does JRecompiler re-compile any Java applets?

What is a JS applet?

How do I know whether a JS applet conforms to the JScripter specifications?

What if a JS applet has used arbitrary Java classes?

Does JRecompiler compile Java source?

What is JRecompiler?

JRecompiler is a JScripter conformed re-compiler which re-compiles JS applets into JavaScript applications.

Why is it called a re-compiler?

Java compilers compile Java source code into Java classes while JRecompiler converts (or re-compiles) Java classes into JavaScript.

Does JRecompiler re-compile any Java classes?

No. The re-compilation starts at a JS applet from where all relevant Java classes have to be re-compiled.

Does JRecompiler re-compile any Java applets?

No. It only re-compiles JS applets that extend js.JsApplet.

What is a JS applet?

A JS applet is a Java applet that extends js.JsApplet and conforms to the JScripter specifications.

How do I know whether a JS applet conforms to the JScripter specifications?

A JS applet, that properly uses JS Standard Library and only the Java standard classes that have been emulated by JS Emulation Library, normally conforms to the JScripter specifications.

What if a JS applet has used arbitrary Java classes?

JRecompiler will end up with exceptions.

Does JRecompiler compile Java source?

Not at all.