RE: excluding features from sloppy mode
francois.remy.dev at outlook.com
Fri Dec 28 07:03:54 PST 2012
> Ah - true. They can put a "use strict" at the top if they want that.
It’s also possible that Node.js will just enable strict mode by default (as soon as it’s faster than the non-strict mode, which should happen soon); when they will do so, it will mean that using the non-strict mode will require a switch, not using the strict one. The 1JS strangeness is for browsers, other platforms may just prefer to use versionning and flags.
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