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As a newfound convert to the Conkeror browser, which basically allows you to configure everything through JS and use MozREPL to talk to your browser instance purely through JS, how is this different (notwithstanding the obvious choices in architecture and JS engines)? I mean, it seams like the minimalist JS-run browser has been around for a while (and if not JS, Uzbl did Python as mentioned below, Luakit does Lua). Granted the others do not really run up and down the JS stack, with or without a separate conf language, but I do see this as Conkeroresque.

Am I wrong?




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