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Move to io.js? #2742

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ghost opened this Issue Dec 4, 2014 · 7 comments

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ghost commented Dec 4, 2014

Any plan to move to io.js instead of node.js?


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rogerwang commented Dec 4, 2014

Yeah. I would like to do that in node-webkit 0.12.0 (this happens to be the next Node.js version ;) . Hopefully the v8 version will be closer with the one in Chromium when it moves on.

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geddski commented Jan 14, 2015

@rogerwang is this planned for the near future or further down the road?

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rogerwang commented Jan 16, 2015

v0.12.0-alpha1 is released with io.js

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commadelimited commented Feb 16, 2015

To be clear, does this mean that "NodeWebkit" is no longer "NodeWebkit" and is now "IoWebkit"? Not trying to be obtuse, but I'd like a clear answer as I'm going to be presenting NW at a conference in May.

The description on the front page of the repo still reads "Call all Node.js modules directly from DOM". I haven't really been following along with the Node/IO split, and I don't really care about it. But I want to make sure I'm communicating the correct information.

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rogerwang commented Feb 16, 2015

Thanks for presenting NW. it's like 'io-blink' or 'io-chromium'. io.js remains compatible with the 3rd party modules which referred by 'Node.js modules'.

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OlivierCo commented Jul 15, 2015

So good news....

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