Claus Spitzer ha scritto:
> Err, I don't think that there is much relation between ECMAScript and
> Self, even though I'll be the first to admit that I only just glanced
> at the ECMAScript docs. It seems to me that in ECMAScript allowing for
> dynamic modification of objects is optional. If memory serves me
> right, in Self the _only_ way to alter an object is by changing its
> inheritance.
> Craig Chambers, purveyor of other fancy language implementations like
> Cecil, made a great deal of contributions to Self, mainly in terms of
> optimizations. More in it can be read here
> http://plg.uwaterloo.ca/~stevem/cs842/material/papers/optimizingJava/Chambers_SELF.pdf
> 
> Cheers...
> 

well, ECMASCript does resemble Self in being prototype based