tyler clark tylerc644 at gmail.com
Mon May 1 21:54:43 UTC 2017

I believe you are right Oriol, that is is not easy to generalize. However I
think that there is a definite need for something like this and we can come
to a general conclusion that will work for most instances. It is hard to
get a lot of people to come to a conclusion on what should or should not be
the right method. People can find reasons to argue one way or another. In
the end, it should come down to what the majority of people feel is
appropriate. An example of this would be the argument of which properties
the for in loop should take into count. I could see people arguing for and
against using inherited properties or not.

As Alexander mentions I can see the majority of use cases would be simple
string keys and values. However, I believe we should make the function
robust enough to handle nested data types. We could go the route of
stringifing the objects and then comparing (which would be quicker) than a
recursion function. However as mentioned, will cause problems with types.

Another option would be to add a parameter that determines whether
inherited properties are taken into count or not. As far as getters,
symbols, and proxies go, I think there can be viable work rounds for those
cases. I understand that this might make things more complicated but just
because something is complicated, it doesn't mean that we shouldn't create
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