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From: Rob Stewart (stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-09 15:51:35

If JavaScript is warranted to improve -- not provide --
functionality, then its correct, portable behavior should be
standardized in boost.js (for example) that is "included" in the
HTML documents. That is, there should be a Boost-approved,
standardized solution to the problems that arise and are
acceptable to the group. Then, those wishing to capitalize on
the benefits of the JavaScript can use the standardized
mechanisms and nothing else.

To add to the standard JavaScript library, one must get approval
from the list and it must be proven to work on a specific list of

If this is too much trouble, then we can ban JavaScript
altogether (as has been stated, of course, and remains the
simplest solution).

Rob Stewart                           stewart_at_[hidden]
Software Engineer           
Susquehanna International Group, LLP  using std::disclaimer;

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