>CouchDB uses an attribute named _rev to identify document revisions.
>var revision = doc["_rev"];
>gets me: ['_rev'] is better written in dot notation.
>var revision = doc._rev;
>gets me: Unexpected dangling '_' in '_rev'.
>Apparently I have no alternative but to specify either the 'sub'
>option (first case) or the 'nomen' option (second case) to keep JSLint
>So which is the lesser of the two evils? The descriptive name for the
>'sub' option is "Tolerate inefficient subscripting". Is it actually
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