[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 13623] Decompilation of function doesn't compile with "++(x, y)"

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Thu May 24 06:37:47 PDT 2007


kimmok at iki.fi changed:

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------- Comment #3 from kimmok at iki.fi  2007-05-24 06:37 PDT -------
Created an attachment (id=14702)
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Patch for toString()ing pre/postfix/typeof operators that contain grouping

The patch makes errors like these produce run-time exception similar to the
other varians of this error, like "function f() { (g())++; }"

SyntaxError for eval("function() {++x, y; }") is another issue, caused by
treating 'function' as function declaration and not function expression.
Firefox treats anonymous functions that appear in SourceElement context as 
function expressions.

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