[parenscript-devel] The next frontier?
danielgackle at gmail.com
Sat Feb 27 21:39:35 UTC 2010
Sounds interesting. Just a quick note: if I recall correctly, the "with"
statement is notorious for being slow in JS implementations. Something to
watch out for.
On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 2:15 PM, Vladimir Sedach <vsedach at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I nominate backquote/comma. At least at a 50,000 foot level, it seems
> > the sort of thing PS could do, and it's pretty obvious that it would be
> > useful.
> That's a really cool idea.
> The only two new features I have on the todo list right now are:
> 1. Use the 'with' statement to introduce proper scoping for closures.
> 2. Generalize the implicit return code transformation to work with
> assignment and arguments passed to functions.
> These are both ideas borrowed from the scm2js compiler
> There are tons of CL features and functions that can be implemented,
> but my plan is to only add new features by request. My plan for the
> next release is mainly to refactor the compiler, and split off the
> print subsystem into the JS-toolkit project (which will also include a
> JS parser).
> > Daniel
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