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Destructuring: Fix handling of impure computed keys with object rest #9416

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Fixes an issue in destructuring where impure computed keys in object patterns would be evaluated twice in the presence of rest properties.

// Input
var { [fn()]: x, ...y } = z;

// Old output
var _z = z,
  x = _z[fn()],
  y = _objectWithoutProperties(_z, [fn()].map(_toPropertyKey));

// New output
var _z = z,
    _fn = fn(),
    x = _z[_fn],
    y = babelHelpers.objectWithoutProperties(_z, [_fn].map(babelHelpers.toPropertyKey));

The object-rest-spread plugin handles this correctly (with an implementation that couldn't be directly copied into destructuring, unfortunately) and is the source of the exec test I've added here. I've also amended this test in both plugins to assert that the RHS expression is evaluated before the computed key expressions.

@motiz88 motiz88 force-pushed the motiz88:fix-destructuring-object-rest-computed branch from 919999f to 445d99d Jan 26, 2019

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I'd like to merge the detructuring and object-rest plugins in the future (like I did for classes), to avoid duplicating all this logic.

@danez danez merged commit 1f5444e into babel:master Mar 27, 2019
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