With dead code elimination, only the functions that users will actually use end up in the final compiled code. Dead code elimination also ensures unused overloads and unused functions won’t be compiled in the final output.
In addition, the latest version provides better integration with Microsoft Windows, as well as 16 new code editor integrations. The new integrations are Sublime Text, Notepad++, Visual Studio Code, Vim, GitHub Atom, Adobe Brackets, GNU Emacs, UltraEdit, gedit, Kate, KWrite, Nano, Geany, Ace, CodeMirror, and Alex Gorbatchev’s SyntaxHighlighter.
JS++ is still in an early access preview beta. Poon expected the programming language to be feature-complete by March of next year. The feature-complete release will be known as version 0.4.7. The upcoming version of JS++, 0.4.3, is expected to be released later this year and will focus on class-based OOP.