where to find dll

Aug 30, 2009 at 5:54 PM


I'm missing

Microsoft.JScript.Compiler, -.-Runtime, -.Scripting, -.Scripting.Core, -.Scripting.ExtensionAttribute, -.Scripting.Silverlight.

do you have a download url?


Aug 31, 2009 at 1:30 PM

You need to install Silverlight. You can get the SDK here - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=2050e580-f1d5-4040-bb09-e6185591b6b5&displaylang=en. If you have Visual Studio you can get the tools here - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9442B0F2-7465-417A-88F3-5E7B5409E9DD&displaylang=en.

Sep 3, 2009 at 6:41 PM

I installed Silverlight, SL-SDK, Visual Studio Tools, but I'm still missing Microsoft.JScript.Compiler, -.-Runtime, -.Scripting, -.Scripting.Core, -.Scripting.ExtensionAttribute, -.Scripting.Silverlight.

Sep 29, 2009 at 6:44 PM

Check the readme in the product file.  You need to get the DLLs from the URLs described there.  Copy and pasted the pertinent sections here:


First off, you'll need version 0.4 of the Dynamic Languages SDK available here:


Secondly, you'll need a few custom DLLs created for Popfly that we weren't able
to release as open source.  The first DLL is a color converter DLL used for
converting color strings as described in XAML, such as "#FF000000", "Red", etc.
We didn't release this because it was copied from the WPF source base.  If
someone wants to implement this functionality independently we can remove this
requirement.  The second DLL contains some modifications to the jscript runtime
to hack around differences between interacting with Silverlight via the native
jscript API and the managed Silverlight API.  These changes aren't particularly
interesting and so no legal review was done to ship them under Ms-PL.

Both these and their accompanying license agreement can be found here: