[Bug 4378] error in K2-NodeTest-21


--- Comment #12 from Josh Spiegel <josh.spiegel@oracle.com> ---
Thanks for the clarification Tim.  I agree that none isn't ideal because it
leaves the possibility that static analysis and optimizations hide the error
condition. Since it never makes sense to use the context item of the function
body, why not raise a static error when an expression depends on it?

While playing around with this idea, I noticed tests try-016 and try-017:

Wouldn't a static error be more helpful to the user in both these cases?  It
would be a backwards compatibility issue to force it at this point, but
allowing it might be nice...

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