Except that you don't want to do that for host objects. Trying to
On Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 1:26 AM, Tom Van Cutsem <tomvc.be
> 2011/7/15 Jason Orendorff <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Back to Mark S. Miller:
>> > And finally there's the issue raised by David on the es-discuss thread:
>> > What
>> > should the structured clone algorithm do when encountering a proxy? The
>> > algorithm as coded below will successfully "clone" proxies, for some
>> > meaning
>> > of clone. Is that the clone behavior we wish for proxies?
>> The structured cloning algorithm should be redefined in terms of the
>> ES object protocol. This seems necessary anyway, for precision.
>> The appropriate behavior regarding proxies would fall out of that;
>> proxies would not have to be specifically mentioned in the algorithm's
> +1. This also matches with the behavior of JSON.stringify(aProxy):
> serializing a proxy as data should simply query the object's own properties
> by calling the appropriate traps (in the case of JSON, this includes
> intercepting the call to 'toJSON').