The generated code can be formatted by providing a format description file with the '--formatDescription' option There are some example files in the format folder.
It can also include comments with the '--includeComments' option.
The parser has a built in C like preprocessor.
var m1 = MAX(a, b);var m2 = MAX(14, 20);
Will be compiled to:
var m1 = a > b ? a : b;var m2 = 14 > 20 ? 14 : 20;
For more info see http://www.cappuccino-project.org/blog/2013/05/the-new-objective-j-2-0-compiler.html
Objective-J limitations: It can't compile Objective-J code that depends on other Objective-J files. The Objective-J load and runtime is needed for this. But it will work as long as you declare any superclass in the same file. This will be fixed when the Objective-J load and runtime will be a node module