Object.assign and super binding

Allen Wirfs-Brock allen at wirfs-brock.com
Sun Nov 11 17:31:43 PST 2012

On Nov 11, 2012, at 5:16 PM, Brandon Benvie wrote:

> In implementing this I realized that all the possible ways to do what the spec tentatively says to do introduce a unique new ability or mechanic.
> 1.) A new function that has the same object identity and is a mirror, but has a differently set internal property. 
> 2.) A mirror with a separate object identity but is otherwise the same and updates in real time.
> 3.) A shallow copy, which introduces a unique way to clone the internals of a function and get a new copy that can then diverge.

#3 is what I intend, at least WRT the internal function state.

But you bring up a good question regarding what to do about expando properties that have been added to the source function.  I suppose shallow copying them is reasonable.  But I need to think some about the possibility of making the source function the [[Prototype]] of the new function.  Then changes to the original's expandos would be visible to the copy and changes to the copy could only be visible via the copy...


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