Wednesday January 12th, 2000
So, what's new? Well, some ECMA-262, revision 3 changes: Conditional function declaration, runtime errors reported as exceptions, and regular expression enhancements. Also, multiple catch clauses, getters and setters, catch keyword, and "strict" mode. Lots of info in the announcement page, so check it out!
by gerbilpower <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sunday January 16th, 2000 12:12 AM
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It's obviously a debateable problem. To be able to support existing sites and prevent webmaster-frustration at the same time, or to completely discourage use of old proprietary code and make the web more consistent and much less problematic than it is now?
Not an easy answer for me, personally, I'll be satisfied either way, although I do lean more towards discouraging use of the nonstandards.