I was able to use a simple solution on #133. What I did was implement one line of code
aCode = aCode.replace(/(private)/g, “var”);
I just remembered I need to make sure it doesn’t parse any character strings with the word private in it. I need to test it for use with private functions, check syntax variations, and debug.
Just noticed the “private” member is not actually private, probably because it’s still creating a “this.variable”. So in the end it looks like “var this.i;” which, probably is not private as I expect.