RE: New full Unicode for ES6 idea

> I meant ECMA-262 punts source normalization upstream in the spec pipeline
> that runs parallel to the browser's loading-the-URL | processing-what-was-
> loaded pipeline. ECMA-262 is concerned only with its little slice of processing
> heaven.

Yep. One of the problems is that the source script may not be using a Unicode encoding or may be using a Unicode encoding and be serialized in a non-normalized form. Your slice of processing heaven treats Unicode-normalization-equivalent-yet-different-codepoint-sequence tokens as unequal. Not that this is a bad thing.
> > By contrast, providing a method for normalizing strings would be useful.
> /summon Norbert.

(hides the breakables, listens for thunder)


Received on Tuesday, 21 February 2012 16:57:43 UTC