excluding features from sloppy mode
rossberg at google.com
Sun Dec 30 01:45:07 PST 2012
On 29 December 2012 22:06, Brendan Eich <brendan at mozilla.com> wrote:
> Andreas Rossberg wrote:
>> ES6+ will stay much longer (at least that's what we are working for).
>> Consequently, what should take precedence are the expectations and
>> needs of _future_ users of ES. Those who will come to ES6+ without
>> knowing nor caring about the colorful history of its earlier versions.
>> For them, having various features locally change the semantics of
>> unrelated constructs
> Who ever proposed that? It seems a misunderstanding. No one is saying that,
> e.g., destructuring formal parameters, or a rest parameter, should flip the
> containing function into strict mode. Banning duplicate formals in no wise
> does that.
We are discussing it for classes right now, and it has been on the
table for other features (such as arrows or generators) several times,
if my memory serves me right.
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