However, for it to make sense in general, it needs to work well on all or almost all browsers people use. So, what's the situation with other browsers?
- Currently Python will not run on Opera, due to a bug in their JS engine. They have been notified of the problem. As Opera has a quite fast JS engine, I am hopeful that compiled code will work there at some point.
- IE9 has a fast JS engine as well, but I don't have a Windows machine to test on. Has anyone tried to run the Python demo there? Update: Issue 22.
- Safari has had a fast JS engine for a while (these days perhaps not as fast as the other open source ones, given recent speedups in Firefox and Chrome, but still quite good). As in the previous point, I lack a machine to test on - has anyone tried there? Update: Works in Safari and even iPads.