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Re: What\'s the status?

JavaScript is released.  It will be upgraded and updated along with the rest
of Netscape, I would assume.

I don't think Microsoft will be including JavaScript in Internet Explorer,
unless they are forced to because of market pressure.  It will take several
months for that to build, so anything is possible.

-- Gordon

At 01:33 PM 2/27/96 +1000, you wrote:
>Hi all,
>I have been using JavaScript now for a few weeks. Despite it being 
>far too much like C for my liking, (-;, I don't think it's too 
>bad. It does tend to crash Navigator a lot though...
>What I am wondering is:
>What is the official status of JavaScript? Is it actually a 
>released and supported product? Or is it still in the beta or even 
>the alpha stage? Netscape seem to be still writing their manual. 
>Does anyone know when JavaScript is likely to get a new release? 
>Will this only happen when a new version of Navigator appears?
>I also read a newspaper report that Microsoft will be supporting 
>JavaScript in their browser. Can anyone confirm this for me?
>Anyway, thanks to all those who contribute to this mailing list, 
>it has made my life easier over the last few weeks!
>Thanks in advance,
>Clayton Drury

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