Andy Earnshaw andyearnshaw at gmail.com
Wed Dec 14 08:29:46 UTC 2016

I think you'd be lucky to even get to that stage.  Vendors aren't keen on
any kind of backwards incompatibility in new specs and trying to get this
to stage 4 with such a glaring one would be practically  impossible.

It's not just the incompatibility either.  You also introduce an
inconsistencies where things like `[1..toFixed(2)]` doesn't mean the same
as `[ 1..toFixed(2) ]`. That kind of thing is just confusing to developers.

When you consider these things, it becomes clear that it's not practical to
change the language this way for such a small benefit.

On Wed, 14 Dec 2016, 03:00 Hikaru Nakashima, <oao.hikaru.oao at gmail.com>

> Oh, I understood it.
> It looks like serious problem, but it is may not actually.
> If this spec change doesn't break web, we can introduce this idea?
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