Microsoft's JavaScript Engine Code Released, Wants To Port It To Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Microsoft on 14 January 2016 at 07:36 AM EST. 39 Comments
MICROSOFT --
Last month Microsoft announced they would open-source their JavaScript engine and this week they've honored their word by releasing CharkaCore on GitHub.

Microsoft has made their ChakraCore JavaScript engine open-source under the MIT license. Microsoft has also said they will accept community contributions to this engine, which continues to power Microsoft's modern Edge web-browser.

Microsoft also confirmed they are interested in bringing this JavaScript engine to other platforms -- including Linux. Details via this Windows blog post.

The code is available via this GitHub repository.
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