lexical 'super' in arrow functions?

Brandon Benvie brandon at brandonbenvie.com
Mon Dec 10 18:28:34 PST 2012

It's a learning experience for me. I'm not formally trained, but I learn
quickly when I realize there's a thing to learn.

I've built a thing thing that is now in need of a.) refinement, b.)
optimization, and c.) usable interfaces built on it. I have intentions to
build more than already exists, but what exists at least gives an
indication of the direction. http://benvie.github.com/continuum/

On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 4:49 PM, Claus Reinke <claus.reinke at talk21.com>wrote:

> That's related to a feature I have on my list to implement:
>> cross-referencing actions in a step-through debugger/action record with
>> their specific origin in the spec. So as you step into a function, see a
>> sidebar scrolling by with Function Declaration Instantiation, multiple
>> hits
>> on Create(Mutable|Immutable)**Binding, InstantiateArgumentsObject,
>> Binding
>> Initialization, etc.
> I've followed your occasional near-announcements with interest
> but cannot help the feeling that there is a great effort the purpose
> of which I do not fully appreciate yet. Sometimes it seems you
> understate what you've already implemented, at other times it
> seems as if this is mostly a fascinating project for you, with little
> concern about how other might find it useful.
> Even as an executable version of the spec, it would be great to have. If
> single-stepping and cross-referencing helps program
> understanding, tool support for single-stepping through a cross-
> referenced spec should help getting used to the spec internals
> (not to mention helping to verify spec consistency).
> Or am I misunderstanding again?-)
> Claus
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