You can use the jsvu CLI to install or update xst.
You can also download the latest versions of
from the moddable-xst repository into a directory that is on your
xst [-h] [-e] [-m] [-s] [-v] strings...
-h: print this help message
strings are paths to modules
strings are paths to scripts
-v: print XS version
strings are paths to test262 cases or directories.
To test XS with eshost, install the eshost CLI. Then add XS to the hosts:
eshost --add 'XS' xs ~/.jsvu/xst
eshost uses the
-s option of xst.
To test XS with test262, clone test262 and change the directory to the
test directory inside the
test262 directory. For instance:
See XS Conformance for details about how XS currently passes test262 cases.