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    Run Inline using SpiderMonkey or V8

    My file type is Javascript, but it tries to invoke node.js

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    Run Inline using SpiderMonkey or V8

    Console.log is also working for me, but when I use print or alert i get an error.
    When i have a php file and write echo 'test';

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    Run Inline using SpiderMonkey or V8

    you will have a php opening tag in your file, but if you want to run a small piece of you're code inline.
    You might not want to run all the code between the opening tag and the code you want to run, for example working inside a class.

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    Run Inline using SpiderMonkey or V8

    Yes. Do you have an idea how a shell should handle that?

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    Run Inline using SpiderMonkey or V8

    No, I don't, maybe configure a other interpreter for javascript and use the node only for node.js.
    Is it possible to configure a other interpreter for it and can you use spidermonkey for it?

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