[dojo-contributors] Dojo 1.7 Goals: has() and granular dependency lists

Peter Higgins dante at dojotoolkit.org
Tue Mar 15 09:32:05 EDT 2011

All the array utilities do this in the webkit mobile build (use natives, 
weird weird pragma at the bottom), but we were never serving native 
iterators as our own even in browsers that support it.

On 3/15/11 9:13 AM, Kris Zyp wrote:
> On 3/14/2011 10:24 PM, Bill Keese wrote:
>> Doesn't your patch break backwards-compatibility?     Note the 
>> comment in all the methods in the current code:
>> //This method corresponds to the JavaScript 1.6 Array.indexOf method, 
>> with one difference: when
>> //run over sparse arrays, the Dojo function invokes the callback for 
>> every index whereas JavaScript
>> //1.6's indexOf skips the holes in the sparse array.
> I didn't write any new code, I just switched from the old build pragma 
> to has() branching. If it is not backwards-compatible, it hasn't been 
> backwards-compatible for sometime... So it is backwards-compatible 
> with the old backwards-incompatibility ;).
> Kris
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