[whatwg] Window and WindowProxy
ian at hixie.ch
Mon Sep 23 13:25:40 PDT 2013
On Mon, 19 Aug 2013, Boris Zbarsky wrote:
> What Gecko does is that there is a set of canonical prototypes (the DOM
> ones, Object.prototype, Array.prototype, etc) per global. The effective
> script origin of a global is mutable. The effect of changing the
> effective script origin of a global on the prototypes associated with
> that global is that nothing at all happens to them: they stay as the
> same objects.
> Now what happens to actual objects and their proto chains when they go from
> being same-effective-script-origin to not or back... I'm not actually sure.
> Bobby Holley probably knows, though; I think this is basically the situation
> he's talking about in
Isn't the answer to this question basically the answer to this thread?
This new ES5/ES6 stuff all goes over my head, to be honest. I can't wrap
my head around the implications, especially in a multi-global (let alone
Is there any chance people who do understand this stuff can tell me what
it should do? Ideally people from more than one browser vendor, since all
the browsers disagree and I get really different answers when I speak 1:1
to individuals from various browser vendors.
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