object literal types

David-Sarah Hopwood david.hopwood at industrial-designers.co.uk
Tue Feb 17 06:17:43 PST 2009


Michael Haufe wrote:
> David-Sarah Hopwood wrote:
> 
>> "':' (not '=') is used to separate a property name from its value, so it
>> can't also be used for type annotations."
> 
> Except in the case of JavaScript's non-standard Sharp Variables
> (https://developer.mozilla.org/En/Sharp_variables_in_JavaScript), which
> is what sparked my question. Is there some ambiguity on why this syntax
> reuse would be off the table?

I don't see how the sharp-variables extension is relevant. If anything
it is another reason to avoid '=' in property assignments, so that there
is no conflict between that extension and ES-Harmony types.

-- 
David-Sarah Hopwood ⚥



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