[webkit-dev] prototypes and host objects
demallien at mac.com
Thu Feb 11 01:21:19 PST 2010
Ahhh, ok. Sorry for that. I had understood that webkit-help was more
for questions about attacking the "internal-facing" interfaces of
Anyhow, I guess I'll know better next time round!
Thankyou very much for the help Darin, I managed to get my code
working after making the minor change that you suggested.
Le 10 févr. 10 à 17:33, Darin Adler a écrit :
> This is a question for webkit-help, not webkit-dev. The webkit-dev
> mailing list is for discussion of development of WebKit, not for use
> of WebKit.
> See <http://webkit.org/contact.html> for this.
> I can’t resist answering this one, though. Next time I will not
> answer this kind of question on this mailing list.
> On Feb 10, 2010, at 6:58 AM, Allison Newman wrote:
>> host_object.prototype resolves as [undefined].
> property named “prototype” does not return the prototype of an
> object. Instead it is the prototype for use when using that object
> as a constructor with the new operator. The “prototype” property a
> plain old property like any other, and if you want to set it up you
> can do it in your JSClassDefinition just like other properties.
> The syntax host_object.__proto__ will give you the prototype of
> -- Darin
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