Subject Re: JavaScript as Database Scripting Language
Author paulruizendaal
> Looks good. I'll give it a good going over.

Probably superfluous, but just to be sure: Squirrel 3 is more
interesting to look at than Squirrel 2. It contains 3 more years of
experience with the language, and does the JS-style closures. Code
size grew about 10%.

From the change log:
***version 3.0 alpha 1***
-first branch from 2.x source tree
-added 'base' keyword
-removed 'delegate' keyword
-now compiled scripts are vararg functions
-added setdelegate() and getdelegate() table builtin methods
-added <=> 3 ways compare operator
-added lambda expression @(a,b) a + b
-added local function statement
-added array built-in map(),reduce(),apply(),filter() and find()
-generators hold only a weak reference of the enviroment object
-removed 'vargv' and 'vargc' keywords
-now var args are passed as an array called vargv(as a paramter)
-removed 'parent' keyword
-added class getbase() built in method
-instanceof doesn't throw an exception if the left expression is not
a class
-lexical scoping for free variables(free variables are no longer in
the second parameter list)
-sq_setprintfunc accept error func
-added sq_arrayremove() and sq_arrayinsert()
-error() built in function(works like print but prints using the
-added native debug hook