brendan at mozilla.com
Mon Sep 12 06:49:40 PDT 2011
On Sep 12, 2011, at 12:58 AM, Axel Rauschmayer wrote:
>> Sorry, that was garbled -- but you can always consult the strawman:strawman and harmony:proposals pages to confirm that guards did not make ES6.
> Right. Those tell me that guards are not *currently* scheduled for ES6. Have all decisions in this regard already been made?
Pretty much -- the guards and trademarking proposals came in at the May meeting, kind of last minute. We could start worrying about Dart and try to revive them. Would that be good for ES6? Would it actually "work" in some sense to keep up with Dart?
I think it would be classic mission creep or "jump", and a disorderly way to manage the pipeline of stuff flowing into JS. Better to get some prototypes going based on the strawman proposals, user-test them, and come back to TC39 better informed. If Dart also provides insights, great.
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