I think this would be very helpful.
tamejs -c ./file.tjs
tamejs -c -o /dir1 /dir2
All in dir2 compile to dir1 while maintaining sub directory struct.
-iext = tjs
-oext = js
(input and output extensions customizable for directories)
This would be really nice to compile instead of registering .tjs
Browser compatible TameJS (Is this possible?)
Not important - but since you may know, maybe some way to make it compatible with CoffeeScript without using embedded js ``?
--- The ability to customize file extension, so instead of having to use .tjs if you .register you can do .register('.tamejs') or .register('.js') 'syntax highlighting while working with file without changing editor up at all'
Thanks for the feature requests, now working through some of them... I made register work the way you describe in the most recent checkins.
Add some new features, as requested in Issue #14.
Add some new features, as requested in Issue #14. In particular, add …
…-I and -O for configuring which extensions you want to use, rather than the .tjs and .js by default.