DRAFT: Names spec

Waldemar Horwat waldemar at google.com
Wed Apr 16 18:13:38 PDT 2008


Mark S. Miller wrote:
> 2008/4/6 Jeff Dyer <jodyer at adobe.com <mailto:jodyer at adobe.com>>:
>  
> 
>     Every unforgeable namespace is considered non-equal to every other
>     namespace.
> 
>     *Implementation*
> 
>     fun compareNamespaces (n1: NAMESPACE, n2: NAMESPACE) : bool =
>     case (n1, n2) of
>     (ForgeableNamespace s1, ForgeableNamespace s2) => s1 = s2
>     | _ => false
> 
> In ES3, NaN is the only value that isn't reflexive, i.e., for which x != 
> x or x !== x. Does this spec propose that unforgeable namespaces are 
> also non-reflexive?

I pointed out the same thing.  I'm pretty sure that's a bug in the document.

    Waldemar



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