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`a <!-- b` in modules are actually equivalent to `a < !(--b)` #1841

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isiahmeadows opened this Issue Jul 12, 2017 · 0 comments

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isiahmeadows commented Jul 12, 2017

See: tc39/ecma262#949

An error is generated for a <!-- b with scriptType: "module", when it should parse like a < !(--b).

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