Sept 23 2014 Meeting Notes
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Fri Oct 3 07:35:33 PDT 2014
On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 10:04 AM, Erik Arvidsson <erik.arvidsson at gmail.com>
> Number has always been able to handle the full NumericLiteral. In ES5.1 it
> can handle '-1', '-0', '0xff', '0XFF', '1e2', '-1E-2', 'Infinity'. Breaking
> that consistency was unwanted.
> This means that it is a change to existing semantics. We think we can get
> away with it though.
> ES5.1: Number('0b10') === NaN
> ES6: Number('0b10') === 2
> I don't know why Waldemar thought this would be a security issue for
> parseInt? I wasn't at that meeting and the notes do not cover that.
The security concern was for validating user input and any reliance on the
existing semantics being broken.
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