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This is to support hosting node.js within a .NET process while enabling the same interop model between the two.
In general this requires that node.js supports a hosted model (think node.dll or node.so). An interim workaround for some scenarios may be to provide a thin node.js wrapper app that loads a manged *.exe into node.exe and invokes the standard entry point.
Just letting you know that the FubuMVC would dearly love to have this feature. Somebody has dreams of hosting Mimosa.js in a .Net process or using node.js as a CoffeeScript/Less/etc. compiler from .Net too.
Dunno how much help we could swing your way, but I'd be happy to try to drum up some.
Thanks! Let me consider the best approach to this and how I can use help.