In scalar context it returns a string describing the engine such as
In list context it returns the separate parts of the string - engine, version and date of build.
Returns a true value if SpiderMonkey is compiled with support for UTF8 strings and if we're using it. does_handle_utf8 is also supported for backwards compability.
Returns a true value if we have compiled support for E4X.
Returns a true value if we have compiled support for threading.
Checks if all features given in @features are present. Is case insensitive. Supported keys are e4x, utf8 and threading. Extensions to this module may provide additional keys by implementing a method that begins with
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