"Super" hoisting

Brian Barnes ggadwa at charter.net
Fri May 13 16:12:21 UTC 2016

Certainly, I’d love webassembly, but as of now, it’s not something that’s part of the spec, or something that I can use right now, and I also want to see how far I can push the language as an experiment.

I think there is a place for improving the language as is; it’s surprising how far javascript has evolved.  Modules being implement, and then in the future hopefully types and a bit more control over the GC and I think the language will be good for most everything. How portable with about everything out there is the one thing that draws me to it.

[>] Brian

> On May 13, 2016, at 11:32 AM, Michał Wadas <michalwadas at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's recurring theme - special syntax to allow/force engines to optimize some code pattern.
> What do you want is in fact some kind of C. Or "Cython in Javascript". I think your needs can be satisfied by C/C++ addons in Node.js or WebAssembly in browser - it's better to use proper tool rather than trying to fit square (semi-manual memory management) in triangle hole (dynamic language with GC).

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