dmitry.soshnikov at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 06:17:33 PST 2011
On 15.11.2011 18:13, Jake Verbaten wrote:
> Even with adding properties to objects (which is a no-no for
> ES.next), dynamic super is never particularly elegant. This was
> the best solution I could come up with and it’s not pretty:
Is it based on the technique I showed before? Nice :) Though, where is
the reference on the author, you cheat? :D
> If we could get away with manipulating the prototype chain at run time
> then super can be implemented as https://gist.github.com/1367167
> The idea of temporarily plucking the current [[Prototype]] out of the
> chain, is how I envision super should work.
Yeah-yeah, again -- we all agree that we already have nice class-sugar
for 98% percents of case in the _production_ programming. If the
standard will ever standardize it, I'd like to see the sugar, but not
the syntactically odd stuff. So, besides solving the 1-2% issues, the
syntax we need (hello, Coffee).
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