@tobie: I'm a little unclear how the ES5 implementation of forEach()
impacts the idea of using $break to terminate a repeat() call.  Can
you elaborate?

Unless $break is removed from Prototype altogether, I don't see how
this is an issue.  And the only reason to remove $break is if all the
Enumerable methods (that depend on it) are also going away.  But given
that  a) ES5 doesn't support a mechanism for early termination of
forEach(), b) the "throw $break" pattern is both useful and c) ES5
doesn't support many of the Enumerable methods, it seems like those
methods will stick around and continue to recognize $break as a way of
terminating an enumeration.
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