petermichaux at gmail.com
Sat Jun 18 10:33:50 PDT 2011
Recently, I've invested time looking at current
this for many years now, it seems CoffeeScript is making it clear that
The pending additions in browsers of support for debugging original
source language seems to reinforce this future direction as a serious
language to their likes and needs. So it seems that developers have
can do that right now. They are, however, limited by the features that
doors for the source languages.
The most interesting part of the block lambda proposal is adding
function is not a good idea in the compiled code and the lack of
Tennent's Correspondence Principle for functions means the compilers
need to do big tricks to get the compiled code to do what is desired.
a source language could add efficient let blocks quite easily.
What is the current feeling about the block lambda proposal in TC39?
What can be done to help move the block lambda proposal towards
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