I already said you that, for me, "gsub" sounded early Commodore era at
first sight. :-)

my small vote +1


On 2 Apr, 07:41, Samuel Lebeau <samuel.leb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> I've been working on fixing String#replace with a function replacement  
> in an ECMAScript 262-3.1 compliant way.
> Unfortunately, MultiSafari is not working on my setup anymore so I  
> cannot test it against Safari < 2.0.4 which seems to be the only buggy  
> browser regarding this issue.
> As this fix allows to use String#replace internally instead of  
> String#gsub (notably in Template), this could lead to really better  
> performance.
> Please take a look at my last comment on #534 [1], and at my Prototype  
> fork commit which aims to use String#replace internally [2].
> Best,
> Samuel.
> [1]https://prototype.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8886/tickets/534
> [2]http://github.com/samleb/prototype/commit/cd5c5ea6e2b6e079b03d9a54479...
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