envjs rubygem version 0.1.4 has been released!=20

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The envjs rubygem is a port of the env.js project based on the Johnson =
gem. The env.js project provides a mostly pure javascript implementation =
of the browser environment (e.g., the HTML DOM objects). More details on =
env.js are available at http://github.com/thatcher/env-js.

The original target of env.js was the Rhino javascript interpreter =
written in Java. The envjs gem uses the SpiderMonkey interpreter written =
in C/C++ via the Johnson gem.

The 0.1 release branch of the envjs gem is not integrated with the Java =
version. The 1.0 release branch is expected to be.

To install envjs, you may need to manually install a prerelease of the =
johnson gem, e.g.,

 gem install johnson --prerelease

Simple examples are in the README at http://github.com/smparkes/env-js.

This release represents a significant refactoring of the scope =
mechanisms used in env.js. The result is a significant increase in =
speed. A number of memory leaks were also fixed. Thanks to the great =
tests included with capybara, a number of DOM and event issues were also =
fixed,. This version of  env.js is compatible with the capybara env.js =
driver support in git://github.com/smparkes/capybara.git.