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Add "use strict" declarations to runtime files #676
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Runtime script files are now decorated with
"use strict";statements to keep them in compliance with standard stylecop and eslint style checks. Globalize code is already strict mode compliant. This change will not affect browser compatibility since older browsers will simply ignore the statement. Currently only modifying the built "runtime" files.
strict mode statements are contained within the module loader and factory function scopes so that they do not interfere with other files loaded in a browser.