There is no synopsis.
All of the magic happens within
because it relies on an external library,
Makefile.PL downloads that library and checks that it builds.
The build and download process is very stupid and simple minded. There is no checking whether there already is a suitable version of SpiderMonkey installed somewhere on your system, or any elaborate downloading scheme. Currently, the installation even requires a live network connection to determine what the most recent version of SpiderMonkey is.
at least under Win32,
the Spidermonkey DLL
js32.dll is copied into the directory where your Perl executable resides.
This is ugly,
Fixes for that ugly behaviour are very welcome.
Bug reports are welcome, but please include all relevant information and try to include a fix as well. This is alpha software.
Returns the filename of the latest version of the SpiderMonkey library, as found on the mirror.
FILENAME or the latest version into the local file
The host and path used are stored in
Builds the SpiderMonkey library.