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Hmmm, this is certainly interesting. Not sure how I feel about it honestly. On one hand I think it’s kinda cool and innovative, but another part of me wonders if it’s the right approach to solving the problem. Keep in mind that JavaScript 2.0 is basically aligning itself with Microsoft’s JScript.NET implementation (note: MS worked closely with ECMA on the innovations to ensure they wouldn’t be left behind) where you have strong typing and better support for OOP principles (if that’s what floats your boat).

So, honestly I’m not sure this is worth the investment. IMHO, time would be better spent focusing on providing a better IDE experience for the JavaScript language itself and making sure that JScript.NET aligns itself with all new standards (E4X, 2.0, etc.).

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