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Status: Fixed
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Closed: Dec 2012
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Priority: 2
Type: FeatureRequest
ES5

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issue 1624



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Implement EcmaScript 5 strict mode.
Project Member Reported by ager@chromium.org, Nov 1 2010 Back to list
When we implement EcmaScript 5 strict mode there are a couple of webkit layout tests that are currently disabled because they use strict mode.

 - fast/js/interpreter-no-activation.html
 
Comment 1 by ager@chromium.org, Nov 1 2010
 Issue chromium:61246  has been merged into this issue.
Comment 3 by erights@google.com, Feb 5 2011
Needs ES5 label
Comment 4 by ager@chromium.org, Feb 7 2011
Labels: ES5
Status: Assigned
Martin is currently working on this.
It looks like this was fixed with V8 3.2.1.1. It's been passing ever since. If you can confirm it's fixed, I'll enable the webkit layout test.
Comment 6 by mmaly@chromium.org, Mar 18 2011
Vast majority of strict mode is implemented, although there are few pieces still to be completed.

As for interpreter-no-activation.html, it depends on strict mode functionality that is already implemented so the test can be enabled. yey!

Status: Accepted
We still need to make the preparser match the parser in when to throw early exceptions. Otherwise lazily compiled functions will not throw, but eagerly compiled ones will (with the only distinguishing factor being the file size).
Cc: mmaly%ch...@gtempaccount.com
 Issue chromium:78181  has been merged into this issue.
Comment 9 by mmaly@chromium.org, May 3 2011
Cc: -mmaly%ch...@gtempaccount.com
Owner: rossberg@chromium.org
Blockedon: 1624
Cc: -lasserei...@gmail.com lrn@chromium.org
Blockedon: -v8:1624 v8:1624
Status: Fixed
I am closing this bug since the strict mode implementation has been complete for quite a while. Any remaining deviations should be handled as individual bugs.
Labels: Priority-2
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