jodyer at adobe.com
Mon Mar 31 13:24:37 PDT 2008
On 3/31/08 10:33 AM, Lars Hansen wrote:
> I disagree that 'enum' should be reserved in ES4. E262-3 ch 16 is
> explicit in allowing syntactic extensions and it appears that Opera and
> Firefox do not reserve 'enum', suggesting that 'enum' is not in use on
> the public web.
I don't remember why we decided to add 'enum' to ReservedIdentifiers.
Perhaps it was sympathy with the other three. Perhaps Brendan will remember.
> Which are the three other IE reserved words? So far as I can see, the
> list of reserved and contextually reserved identifiers contain only ES4
They are 'class', 'extends' and 'super'. Of these 'extends' should be
contextually reserved. The other two have special meaning in a broad enough
context that they should probably be generally reserved.
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