For an application that we are building, on startup we initialize all
the JS classes we need (using JS_InitClass with info containing the
properties and functions)
Whenever a script containing the properties already defined using
JS_InitClass is evaluated, the corresponding getproperty stubs that
were registered are called to evaluate the script.
Now there is an issue faced to evaluate a NEW property of a class that
has not yet been defined using JS_initclass. We understand that this
can be achieved using JS_ResolveStub.
For eg. Myobject.newproperty = 10; //Where newproperty has not been
defined in JS_InitClass.
The control comes inside ResolveStub, and able to extract
"newproperty" string, We make a call to
JS_DefinePropertyWithTinyId to add "newproperty" as a property. The
function returns 1.
Once this is done, we expect that the getpropertystub is called again,
now, with tinyID as newly assigned in JS_DefinePropertyWithTinyId so
that I could evaluate the same.
But this is not happening.
Can anyone explain where we may have gone wrong?