I was running some experiments with UglifyJS lately and so I stumbled
upon this RFC which shows that if I've not discovered anything new, we
can still get ~15% smaller JS files.
2014-03-19 22:16 GMT+01:00 Max Semenik <maxsem.wiki(a)gmail.com>om>:
Hi, I'd like to present a new RFC for your
delivered to users.
Now, it's also about supporting newer versions of ECMAScript (if we
don't target full backward compatibility, of course), because it seems
to me that unlike UglifyJS, JSMin+ has not been updated for a while
and could choke on some valid syntax with error messages that are not
exactly… explicit for casual JS developers (I've experimented that a
few weeks ago with local scripts making use of reserved words as
identifiers — not exactly valid code, indeed, but code that had worked
for years in most browsers).
Has the RFC been abandonned because of lack of interest?