--- Douglas Crockford wrote:
> insertion mechanism. More rigor is demanded.
It certainly isn't Perl. I'd argue it's much easier to write bad code
you. You've made that point many times.
Do any browsers actually insert a semicolon after an unbrace carriage
return? I don't think I'm being unsafe with breaking the unbrace and
else statements with a carriage return. Doing so has the advantage
that the "else" is lined up with the "if" statement, makes the code
more readable, and the blocks more defined.
If unbrace-return-else is actually dangerous, about which I'd like you
to convince me, perhaps we can change jslint to catch it. If it's not
dangerous, there's no need to change anything.