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Has anyone looked closely at this E4X ECMAScript stuff?
Robin Cover has a press release:
There's a blog with some info:
That blog points to this article:
And I'm finding myself left pretty cold about this generally. Maybe
there's something more to it, but this looks pretty much like XPath Lite
with ECMAScript object syntax. Maybe that's what people want. I can see
an 80/20 there, though it strikes me funny that they used, well,
No, I don't think this one's an April Fool.