mjs at apple.com
Sat Sep 26 13:07:28 PDT 2009
On Sep 25, 2009, at 11:33 PM, Yehuda Katz wrote:
> WebIDL, taken as a whole, make it very difficult for someone new to
> the spec(s) to understand what's going on. I started, like a
> reasonable person, by looking at the Window object. When looking at
> it, I encountered a number of somewhat confusing constructs, like this
> one. It is possible to have a long conversation where all of the
> details are hashed out, but the reality is that the specs cannot be
> easily understood without such a hashing.
Window probably has more bizarre legacy behavior than any other
interface. It's probably not the best starting point for understanding.
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