brendan at mozilla.com
Tue Jan 15 00:03:45 PST 2013
Kevin Smith wrote:
> I think of this fact as rather supporting my view, because freezing is
> no longer freezing the whole object, as before.
It's really none of your business when you try to freeze my object
whether any of
(a) pre-existing private-symbol-named properties remain writable;
(b) weakmap-encoded private state remains writable;
(c) objects-as-closures environment variables remain writable.
Really. Not. Your. Business!
> Thus, while the freeze operation might remain unchanged, the object
> model has shifted under our feet.
Did (b) or (c) shift anything under your feet? RNOB!
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