Here what I want to do, assume MyFoo is a custom class defined in my C
code using JS_InitClass, JS_DefineProperties, and JS_DefineFunctions:
var foo = new MyFoo();
foo.onSomeEvent = function()
/* do something useful to handle the onSomeEvent event */
I am having trouble defining the onSomeEvent class member such that it
can be assigned a JSFunctionObject. Is it a property or a function?
If it is a property, do I define it as a JSObject property?
Assuming that onSomeEvent is a property of my class, when I want to
call the function that has been assigned to it, do I just use the
I've seen one web page that had details on using resolve hooks to
handle lazy evaluation at runtime. Is that generally a better/easier
approach than defining all of your properties/functions up front?