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Default parameters intermediate scope #1376

UltCombo opened this issue Sep 24, 2014 · 1 comment

Default parameters intermediate scope #1376

UltCombo opened this issue Sep 24, 2014 · 1 comment


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UltCombo commented Sep 24, 2014

Adapted test case from this article:

var x = 1;

function foo(x, y = function() { x = 2; }) {
  var x = 3;
  assert.equal(x, 3); // fails in Traceur

assert.equal(x, 1);

As far as I can see, Traceur does not implement an intermediate scope for default parameters. Has the TC39 changed this behavior, or is this simply a missing feature in Traceur?

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arv commented Sep 25, 2014

Yeah, traceur does not do the right thing.

One idea is that if we implement this then we could skip the extra scope if the initializers do not refer to an of the parameters.

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