classes and enumerability

Kevin Smith zenparsing at gmail.com
Tue Dec 23 21:03:09 PST 2014


>
> The question is: what should ES6 classes choose as the default? What's the
> most useful default, independent of various backward-looking consistencies?
> What, if the future is bigger than the past, would be best?
>

Framed that way, then non-enumerability.

If we want to preserve any kind of conceptual integrity for enumerability,
then enumerability must indicate that the property is a data element within
a data structure.

Whether enumerability is worth preserving, I don't know.
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