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    Fix toReflectValue(0) => float32
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0 < Smallest NonzeroFloat32
robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#120
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MongoDb may be expecting an expression and not a statement, so they're pre-wrapping everything in parentheses.

robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#120
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Invalid according to the ECMA specification: http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/standards/Ecma-262.htm node will not parse fnBad either

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Parse not working for anonymous function
robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#120
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fnBad is actually invalid JavaScript, try it here as well: http://esprima.org/demo/parse.html thanks @fluxxu

robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#89
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I thought about this briefly before. It would be nice to have with Go's natives types, but I don't know of a straightforward way (leveraging Go) to…

robertkrimen closed pull request robertkrimen/otto#97
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fix Go map iteration when looping over non-string keys
robertkrimen commented on pull request robertkrimen/otto#97
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This is fixed in d1b4d8e

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  • @bontibon d1b4d8e
    Fix Go map iteration when looping over non-string keys
robertkrimen commented on pull request robertkrimen/otto#97
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Yeah, looks pretty good.

robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#109
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ECMAScript 5.1 http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/5.1/ It was written against the above specification. Besides the internal test suite, I r…

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robertkrimen merged pull request robertkrimen/otto#103
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Support go multiple return values as an array
2 commits with 20 additions and 7 deletions
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robertkrimen merged pull request robertkrimen/otto#104
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Automatic numeric parameter conversion
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robertkrimen commented on pull request robertkrimen/otto#104
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Looks good, thanks.

robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#94
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Yeah, I think the interface between Go <-> JavaScript could probably use some straightening out. It's grown sort-of organically but maybe a clean-s…

robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#98
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By default, otto does not expose any interface for file reading/writing or going out to a network. It only implements the functionality in the ECMA…

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How to remove some function of js?
robertkrimen commented on issue robertkrimen/otto#100
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Hey Cyril (and others). Thanks for your interest in keeping this project going. I'll be taking a look shortly at how to continue/adding collaborato…