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[ES6] bug: TypeError: Assignment to constant variable #2854

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Cweili opened this issue Jan 31, 2018 · 3 comments
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[ES6] bug: TypeError: Assignment to constant variable #2854

Cweili opened this issue Jan 31, 2018 · 3 comments
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@Cweili Cweili commented Jan 31, 2018

Bug report or feature request?

Bug

ES5 or ES6+ input?

ES6+

Uglify version (uglifyjs -V)

3.3.9

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/***/ (function(module, exports, __webpack_require__) {

"use strict";


Object.defineProperty(exports, "__esModule", {
  value: true
});
function foo(a) {
  return console.log(a);
}

exports.default = async function bar(arg) {
  try {
    const a = {};
    if (arg) {
      a[0] = 1;
    }
    console.log((await foo(a)));
  } catch (err) {
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  }
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The uglifyjs CLI command executed or minify() options used.

uglify-es -ecma 8 -b -o test.min.js test.js

JavaScript output or error produced.

!function(n) {
    const t = {};
    function e(o) {
        if (t[o]) return t[o].exports;
        const r = t[o] = {
            i: o,
            l: !1,
            exports: {}
        };
        return n[o].call(r.exports, r, r.exports, e), r.l = !0, r.exports;
    }
    e.m = n, e.c = t, e.d = function(n, t, o) {
        e.o(n, t) || Object.defineProperty(n, t, {
            configurable: !1,
            enumerable: !0,
            get: o
        });
    }, e.n = function(n) {
        const t = n && n.__esModule ? function() {
            return n.default;
        } : function() {
            return n;
        };
        return e.d(t, "a", t), t;
    }, e.o = function(n, t) {
        return Object.prototype.hasOwnProperty.call(n, t);
    }, e.p = "", e(e.s = 0);
}([ function(n, t, e) {
    Object.defineProperty(t, "__esModule", {
        value: !0
    }), t.default = async function(n) {
        try {
            const t = {};
            n && (t[0] = 1), console.log(await (t = t, console.log(t))); // TypeError: Assignment to constant variable.
        } catch (n) {
            console.log(n);
        }
        var t;
    };
} ]);

uglify-es generates code t = t, courses "TypeError: Assignment to constant variable."

@Cweili Cweili changed the title [ES6]bug: TypeError: Assignment to constant variable [ES6] bug: TypeError: Assignment to constant variable Jan 31, 2018
@Cweili
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@Cweili Cweili commented Jan 31, 2018

uglify-es v3.3.7 is fine.
uglify-es v3.3.8 also produce this bug.

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@kzc kzc commented Jan 31, 2018

The uglify options provided in the bug report were incorrect.

Reduced test case:

$ cat t2854b.js
(async function bar(arg) {
    function foo(a) {
        return typeof a + 123;
    }
    try {
        const a = {};
        if (arg) {
            a[0] = 1;
        }
        console.log(await foo(a));
    } catch (err) {
        console.log(err);
    }
})();
$ cat t2854b.js | node800
object123
$ cat t2854b.js | bin/uglifyjs -bmc | node800
TypeError: Assignment to constant variable.

Anyway, this is a dup of #2842 and can be closed.

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@alexlamsl alexlamsl commented Jan 31, 2018

@kzc thanks!

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