Hi, all.

First I have to admit that I'm a "type lover", so I always write
function definitions like this,

var test = function test ( /*Array*/friendList, /*Number*/index ) {
// ....

but I noticed, when comments appear in arguments list,
Function.argumentNames fails to get correct argument names IN IE.
In method definitions of a inherited class, this leads to make me lose
$super capability. Condition ( value.argumentNames().first() ==
"$super" ) on Class.addMethods, equals false.

I think, that's because IE stay comments untouched in the returned
strings of Function.toString. I'm sure that FF drops comments
appearing in arguments parentheses.

Can I post a fix or ask someone for taking care of this? or, Should I
change my belief? :P



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