Currently arrays and record accesses are supported via a tree datastructure, however classes are not.
Development was borne out of a desire to use a script language that I could easily modify to suit my needs, compile into my projects, and that was small enough for me to understand and maintain.
The name TinyJS was chosen based on TinyXML (http://www.grinninglizard.com/tinyxml) - another, almost single-file project I came across in my hunt to reduce my dependence on statically/dynamically linked libraries that caused me grief as I moved between Visual C++ and GCC.
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