I see. Actually I haven't studied js spec, but if it says so then I
agree on using Function.toString is absolutely fair.

> It should also be noted that this behavior does not comply with
> ECMA-262, which states that Function.prototype.toString shall return a
> string that has the syntax of a function declaration. I'm sure it was
> necessary to get a JS environment running on mobile devices, but the
> point remains.
> Prototype supports the major desktop browsers, but I don't think we
> have any _official_ level of support for browsers on mobile devices.

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