Package rivescript_js implements JavaScript object macros for RiveScript.

    Usage is simple. In your Golang code:

    import (
    	rivescript ""
    func main() {
    	bot := rivescript.New()
    	jsHandler := rivescript_js.New(bot)
    	bot.SetHandler("javascript", jsHandler)
    	// and go on as normal

    And in your RiveScript code, you can load and run JavaScript objects:

    > object add javascript
    	var a = args[0];
    	var b = args[1];
    	return parseInt(a) + parseInt(b);
    < object
    > object setname javascript
    	// Set the user's name via JavaScript
    	var uid = rs.CurrentUser();
    	rs.SetUservar(uid, args[0], args[1])
    < object
    + add # and #
    - <star1> + <star2> = <call>add <star1> <star2></call>
    + my name is *
    - I will remember that.<call>setname <id> <formal></call>
    + what is my name
    - You are <get name>.



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    type JavaScriptHandler

    type JavaScriptHandler struct {
    	// contains filtered or unexported fields

    func New

      New creates an object handler for JavaScript with its own Otto VM.

      func (JavaScriptHandler) Call

      func (js JavaScriptHandler) Call(name string, fields []string) string

        Call executes a JavaScript macro and returns its results.

        func (JavaScriptHandler) Load

        func (js JavaScriptHandler) Load(name string, code []string)

          Load loads a new JavaScript object macro into the VM.

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