Iirc we inline by recognizing the function object, not by recognizing that
it's stored as Math.abs. I.e. we compare the inlinee to the known Math.abs
function object.

Yang

On Tue, Oct 18, 2016, 21:45 Dean McNamee <de...@chromium.org> wrote:

> Sorry, I'm sure this has been discussed before but I couldn't find the
> answer.  If I understand correctly, it's possible to inline things
> like Math.abs.  How exactly does that work if later on some other code
> overwrites Math.abs?  Is there some guard in the generated code or
> some sort of barrier upon overwriting Math.abs that expires the code?
>
> Thanks!
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