January 4th, 2004


Compiling S2 to Javascript

For some reason, the perspective of having S2 code compile to javascript seemed strangely appealing to me, so I wrote just that.
It could be a useful piece as part of a mechanism to allow end-users to have some sort of client-side scripting on their journal.

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Delete this if it doesn't belong here, but on the new, secure login page the link to the site map near the top (the easiest way to navigate from the new login page as it doesn't have the CSS links at the top) points to https://www.livejournal.com/site/ . Such a site does not exist and returns a 404 error - it would make sense to change the link to http://www.livejournal.com/site/ .

Again, my apologies if this is not the community for this, but I looked around and it seemed the most logical one.