I am glad to hear that it works great in your project. I haven't done much with it due to an apparent lack of community interest. I most certainly can add delegate support. In terms of priorities, would it be more important to be able to expose a delegate
in a .NET class to a JS script or be more important to be able to pass a JS function to a .NET class?
There is a MASSIVE community interest in this, it's just that your little project is hidden in obscurity and suffering the fate of every other open source project that despite how wonderful they are, appear to have no community interest. You need to do three
1) Keep working on it! The more stable and mature it is, the more people who will feel confident in using it.
2) Document it! Detailed examples/guides/tutorials and good API documentation.
3) Spread the word! The most amazing technology in the world is worthless if it sits in someone's basement and nobody knows about it.
Doing all of those three things shows people that YOU are sold on your project. If people don't think the project is active and they don't think you have bought into the merits of your own project, they will have a hard time buying into it also.