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I would like it if you would add something like (i really like it when modules are examples of how to use themselves):
package main; unless(caller) { $\ = "\n\n#######\n\n"; my $js_parser = Parse::JavaScript->new(); print $js_parser->parse(<<'_EOJS_'); function foo(bar){ // JS Comment window.location = "http://www." + bar + '.com' } var quux = 68; var baz = quux++; _EOJS_ print $js_parser->parse(q[ while(1) { document.write(" die "); } ]); print $js_parser->parse(q[ do { document.write(" die "); } while (1); ]); print $js_parser->parse(q[ for(;;) { document.write(" die "); } ]); print $js_parser->parse(q[ document.write( /(\w+)/g.exec("foo bar") ); ]); print $js_parser->parse(' document.write( /[^\]\[](\w+)/g.exec("foo bar") ); '); print $js_parser->parse(q{ /* HERE GOES AN ERROR (good job) }); }
Good job (++).

Do you know of any valid javascript which might cause an error ? ( the examples above are all valid, and all validate until /* HERE GOES AN ERROR (good job))

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In reply to Re: Parse::JavaScript by PodMaster
in thread JavaScript::Parse::PurePerl (was Parse::JavaScript) by OeufMayo

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