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Comprehensive Wikipedia Entry on Javascript:

John J. Lee has an (unmaintained) Python-Javascript bridge:

OS X 10.4 now includes Javascript and Cocoa bridges which can be used in Widgets and /WebKit objects.

But PyObjC may be superior.

From The ADC article "Using PyObjC for Developing Cocoa Applications with Python" (

**Many Bridges to Your Destination** PyObjC is just one of many Cocoa bridges. Apple has offered its Java bridge since Mac OS X 10.0, and Mac OS X Tiger 10.4 rolled out a /JavaScript bridge which allows Dashboard Widgets to communicate with Objective-C objects. Third-party developers have also created bridges for C#, Lisp, Perl, Ruby and Smalltalk to name a few. And, of course, Python.

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