dherman at mozilla.com
Tue Dec 28 08:06:16 PST 2010
We would probably make it a contextual keyword so you could still use it in non-expression contexts (e.g., to the right of '.' and left of ':' in object literals), but unless we played some clever tricks, which I'm not sure would be worth it, using it as an identifier would be a syntax error. Harmony will be opt-in, though, so this won't cause existing code to break unless the author explicitly changes the language; at which point they would get an early error and have the opportunity to rename the identifiers.
On Dec 28, 2010, at 7:34 AM, Kevin Smith wrote:
> In the modules strawman, "module" is a keyword, right? Will code that uses "module" as an identifier most likely cause a syntax error?
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