Reply to post: Re: javascript

What next for Visual Studio? Microsoft's monster IDE can't please everyone and 64-bit will not solve legacy problems

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Re: javascript

If they allow WASM then yes.

But even if restricted to true js, you can minify it. Which reduces the information content to about that you'd get out of a good disassembler.

Websites all over the world allow users to poke at the source and a lot of apps have significant chunks of easily accessible js and the sky hasn't fallen in. A few idiots will rip you off. But that was always the case. And they lose access to new features and support.

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