__proto__ and accessor descriptors

David Bruant bruant.d at gmail.com
Thu Nov 8 15:50:49 PST 2012

Le 09/11/2012 00:05, Jeff Walden a écrit :
> On 10/26/2012 02:30 PM, David Bruant wrote:> Le 26/10/2012 22:56, Asen Bozhilov a écrit :
>>> var obj = Object.defineProperty({}, '__proto__', {
>>>      get : function () {return '__proto__ getter'},
>>>      set : function (){return '__proto__ setter'}
>>> });
>>> console.log(obj.__proto__); //[object Object]
>>> console.log(obj.__proto__ = {}); //[object Object]
>> On Firefox Aurora, I find:
>> "__proto__ getter"
>> "[object Object]"
>> According to this strawman, the output should indeed be
>> "__proto__getter" then "__proto__setter".
> Given that the result of evaluating |obj.__proto__ = {}| is the right-hand side (the return value of calling the setter is ignored), to the extent there's some determined-correct behavior here, it definitely wouldn't be to log "__proto__ setter".
Jeff m'a tuer [1]


[1] Reference to "Omar m'a tuer", a case in France where the victim 
would have written the name of her murderer (Omar) with her own blood 
right before dying... but made an absurd typo (it should be "tuée" 
instead of "tuer"). A film has been made out of the case if anyone's 
interested http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omar_Killed_Me

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