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From Frank Wienberg <>
Subject Re: [ASJS] Adjusting FalconJS output (no general discussion in this thread, please)
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2012 11:52:30 GMT
Sounds good to me, too.
So that would mean no support for *-imports in the first iteration?
It would also mean that you would even have to import classes that are
implicitly imported (same package or top-level package) to have all needed
goog.require() statements generated, but I think that would be okay for the
time being. You would only have to add imports that cause no trouble for
"normal" compilation, so you can still have a single-source-multi-target
code base. This is extremely important for testing that we implement the
correct semantics.

On Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 12:30 PM, Erik de Bruin <> wrote:

> > Ok, understood but for now, I AM going to add the imports explicitly
> > declared as a writer implemented method. After we get the code "looking"
> > right we can worry about actual "implications" of what is written.
> Sounds like a plan. The way I understand the Closure Builder to work I
> think it will clean out unused 'requires' anyway, pretty much like I
> imagine the AS compilers clean out unused 'import'. Eventually we want
> to write out only what we need, if only to reduce complexity and avoid
> mistakes, but I agree that is not a priority at this time.
> EdB
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