The distribution contains the following files:
Packagesystem and dependency data for the core object system and the standard library.
The remaining files should be self-explanatory; each contains a single piece of the standard library; see the website for documentation.
To hack on JS.Class you'll need to be able to build it and run the tests. You need Ruby and Jake to do this:
gem install jake cd path/to/js.class jake
This will build the project and create files in the
build directory. To run the
tests, run the
- Windows Script Host
To run the tests in a browser, just open the
To test in a XUL environment run:
xulrunner -app test/xulenv/application.ini
To run using Adobe Air, run
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