txikia (basque): small, tiny.
Web Platform APIs
- alert, confirm, prompt (1)
- Crypto (2)
- Encoding API
- JSON modules
- setTimeout, setInterval
- Streams API
- WebAssembly (3)
- Web Workers API
(1): All of them are async.
(2): No subtle support.
(3): No tables, globals or memory support.
- TCP and UDP sockets
- Unix sockets / named pipes
- Signal handling
- File operations
- Child processes
- DNS (getaddrinfo)
- Miscellaneous utility functions
See the full API documentation.
- Import directly from HTTP(S) URLs
- Import JSON files
- BigFloat and BigDecimal extensions
@tjs/std module exports the following:
- Windows (beta)
- Other Unixes (please test!)
CMake is necessary.
NOTE: The txiki.js build depends on a number of git submodules (e.g. curl, libuv).
If you didn't already clone this repository recursively, make sure you initialize these
git submodule update --init before proceeding to the build.
# Get the code git clone --recursive https://github.com/saghul/txiki.js --shallow-submodules && cd txiki.js # Compile it! make # Run the REPL ./build/tjs
Building has only been tested in 64bit Windows.
First make sure you have MSYS2 installed. The
clang64 environments are currently tested.
Then install the required dependencies:
pacman -S git make pactoys pacboy -S curl-winssl:p toolchain:p cmake:p ninja:p
These commands must be run in a MinGW64 or clang64 shell.
This will build the executable just like on Unix. Note that at this point there are a number of dynamically linked libraries, so if you want to use the executable on a different system you'll need to copy those too. Check the list with
Running the tests
Make sure these commands are run from Windows Terminal (mintty, what MSYS2 provides is not supported).
At this time txiki.js uses calendar versioning with the form YY.MM.MICRO.
txiki.js stands on shoulders of giants. It wouldn't be what it is today without these libraries:
In addition, txiki.js has these contributors to thank for their help.
Thank you all for making this project possible!