Referencing `super`

Kevin Smith zenparsing at
Wed Aug 6 03:59:08 PDT 2014

> I would recommend having those listed features in mind when talking about
> super() and namespaces, because the current spec still will prevent me from
> using native "class" keyword in JavaScript.
> If newbies ask me if they should use classes, I say no to them, because I
> still think the featureset of a mixin-based inheritance (leading to fancy
> prototype copying and sealing) is still better.

That would be terrible advice, because classes in Javascript are just sugar
for setting up a constructor and its associated prototype.  Once you define
a class, you can do any kind of dynamic tomfoolery that you like, including
setting up mixins in the fashion you describe.
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