[whatwg] JSON encoding
ian at hixie.ch
Sun Nov 5 21:29:30 PST 2006
On Sat, 4 Nov 2006, Alfonso Baqueiro wrote:
> > Assuming the thread is about introducing a way to convert a JS object
> > into a JSON representation, then I would encourage you to contact the
> > for the WHATWG specs.
> we can add features using the prototype without consulting any comitee,
> thats powerfull and also could be a source imcopatibility between
> libraries, consider the prototype.js library, it really extend the
Sure. My point is that if we _are_ going to have a commitee be consulted
on this, it should be the ECMAScript one, and not the WHATWG one.
On Sun, 5 Nov 2006, Paul Arzul wrote:
> this is getting a bit off topic, but it looks like he already has:
> "It is expected that these methods will formally become part of the
> standard in 2007." <http://www.json.org/json.js>
> and it's in the draft spec:
Cool. Definitely not a WHATWG issue then. :-)
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