Datapoint Batavia Creole/Negation and tense, aspect, and mood marking

Since Batavia Creole is an extinct language, it is impossible to establish whether the imperfective and the perfective aspect markers (sta/ste and dja) may occur in negated sentences or not, although in the corpus no combinations of the negator with the two aspect markers occur.
In Papiá Kristang, a language closely related to Batavia Creole, there are two different markers for future and the negator may not co-occur with the perfective and imperfective aspect marker, so maybe Batavia Creole had value 4 instead of value 3.

Values

Different TAM marking in negated clauses

Example 43-60:
Eo lo trusi bos garganti.
Eo
I
lo
fut
trusi
wring
bos
poss.2sg
garganti.
neck
I will wring your neck.

Source: Maurer 2011: 59

Example 43-61:
Eo nada larga kung ela.
Eo
1sg
nada
fut.neg
larga
leave
kung
obj
ela.
3sg.f
I won’t leave her.

Source: Maurer 2011: 59

Confidence:
Certain