Hi Jeff,

That was in the works for a while.

Your post just triggered a commit (http://dev.rubyonrails.org/
changeset/7170).

Check SVN for the latest implementation.

Hope this helps,

Tobie

On Jul 9, 3:04 pm, Jeff Watkins <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Howdy, I'm investigating switching the online Apple Store from dojo  
> to prototype (we're going to have to make big changes anyway if we're  
> to track dojo's development from 0.4 to 0.9), however we've been  
> making extensive use of the JavaScript 1.6 methods on Array (indexOf,  
> map, forEach).
>
> I noticed in my initial testing that prototype (v1.5.1.1) stomps on  
> the browser native versions of these methods. This doesn't seem like  
> an ideal situation, as browsers are implementing these methods in  
> compiled code. So the native version seems like it would be  
> considerably faster.
>
> There's an open ticket for changes to make prototype compatible with  
> JavaScript 1.6 (http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/6650), any word on  
> when this will be appearing in a release?
>
> -jeff


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