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, "Kai" <blafasel@...> wrote:
> I don't like that idea. JS in web context is for all browsers. There
> is either "good" JS following certain rules (which ones might be a
> different topic) or "bad" JS voilating them. What's the use of JSLint
> not complaining about bad code that is fatal to FF or any other
> browser just because user marked "IE6+" checkbox only?
> This option would create a rope of sand
> (rope if sand is a suggestion of my online translator, dunno if it's
> correct) What it means is a felt reliability that isn't really there
I like "rope of sand". That is a good metaphor.