> I question whether "new Class" makes sense as an equivalent to
> "Class.create." The "new" keyword connotes an instance in JavaScript
> -- with its own scope and method chain. Not all things being *created*
> are instances.

That's a very valid point. It's unfotunately impossible to make a
constructor for constructors in JS. So Class isn't a constructor here.



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