f() = x de facto standard
Peter van der Zee
ecma at qfox.nl
Wed Aug 7 06:44:25 PDT 2013
To be honest, I was championing that parser writers should write flexible
and supportive parsers and put strict ocd parsing under a flag/option.
Especially in this case, where you need a parser that should be able to
parse content parsable by a number of other parsers (-> browsers), you want
your parser to be as accepting as possible or it's useless in those
I'm not saying "bring back `f()=x`" :) I don't see any point in that
myself. Thanks though, David.
On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 1:08 PM, David Bruant <bruant.d at gmail.com> wrote:
> From http://qfox.nl/weblog/291
> Apparently, "f() = x" was forbidden as of ES5.1 (was still available in
> ES5 apparently), but a jQuery plugin is using it  (path not triggered in
> non-IE browsers).
> Not breaking the web, all that. It should probably be brought back.
> Syntax isn't my cup of tea, so I'll let others judge if a detail was
> overlooked somewhere.
> Kudos to @kuvos on this one!
>  http://www.thuisbezorgd.nl/**scripts/jquery/jquery.**
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