KJSEmbed and QSA
There are a lot of similarities between QSA and KJSEmbed, and this has
led to some confusion. This document aims to shed some light on the
differences between the two libraries.
- QSA has a nice built in script editor which kjsembed does not,
but kjsembed can load designers ui files anyway and it would be easy
- KJSEmbed has facilities for working with KActions and can even
load them from XML files.
- KJSEmbed makes it easier to operate with Qt types than QSA. Take
a look at the types documentation for more details.
- KJSEmbed has support for KDE specific types such as KURL. QSA
does not support these types by default, but does provide facilities
for adding support yourself.
- KJSEmbed can access the DOM from a KHTML part so it can work
nicely with HTML and XML documents. Note that this binding is only
available if the host application chooses to publish the DOM to the
- KJSEmbed is LGPL while QAS is GPL.