mike.emmel at gmail.com
Thu May 25 21:34:02 PDT 2006
E4X support ?
bytecode compliation ?
On 5/25/06, Colin Barrett <timber at lava.net> wrote:
> Not to be a spoilsport, but Jonathan 'Wolf' Rentzsch is not someone
> who would pan WebKit without good reason. He did mention
> script.aculo.us's unit tests failing.
> My main question is: Is WebKit's JS worse than FF's, or simply not
> the same, which could lead to breakage.
> On May 25, 2006, at 3:04 PM, Abhi Beckert wrote:
> > I've seen several blog posts recently (eg:
> > http://rentzsch.com/code/dashcodeForAjaxAppDevelopment) that boldly
> > state WebKit's "ajax support" is vastly inferior to FireFox. All of
> > them have been very vague and haven't specified exactly where WebKit
> > is lacking, so I thought I'd ask you guys: Is WebKit inferior, or is
> > it just because FF is cross platform/has more users, and the companies
> > are focusing on FF first, and other engines later?
> > If these claims are unfounded, lets chop them off at the head.
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