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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #8108, comment 15


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Feb 10, 2011, 11:02:48 PM (11 years ago)
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snover
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  • Ticket #8108, comment 15

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    1 Users can ignore the metadata that shows up, or they can use a replacer function to remove it—there really is no third option here. This feature is impossible to implement across all browsers that jQuery supports and actively breaks ES3-conformant browsers. Trying to hide metadata using using a function instance is a bad hack that will never work sufficiently robustly.
     1Users can ignore the metadata that shows up, or they can use a replacer function to remove it—there really is no third option here. This feature is impossible to implement across all browsers that jQuery supports and breaks completely in standards-compliant browsers that implement ES3. Trying to hide metadata using using a function instance is a bad hack that will never work sufficiently robustly.
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    33If there is confusion among anyone about what this strange property is that shows up on their plain JS objects, then we can consider adding some documentation somewhere to address that confusion once it comes up.