With all the buzz last week and this about frameworks being Adobe AIR
I am wondering if the Prototype Team has tested Prototype with AIR's
new security model.

I know prototype uses eval(), 3 times:

String.toJSON(); // should be ok in AIR
Ajax.Request.evalResponse(); //could choke if not JSON
Selector.compileMatcher(); //should will choke on AIR

Also I noticed some frameworks like jQuery had to adjust their browser
sniffing code for safari to include something like: !/adobeair/

More info about the AIR security model:

You might use Ext's air-adapter js and as a guide because it modifies
DOMQuery's compile method to avoid the use of eval().

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