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ES6 support

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I noticed that JS scripts that use `let` instead of `var` work fine on a Mac, but throw an "Unexpected identifier" when I try them on windows.  Is this the expected behavior?


-CQ

Hello,

 

Unfortunately supporting ES6 in Windows asks our HTML/JS engine is upgraded. We uses different JS engines in Windows and MAC. It looked MAC's one has supported ES6.

 

I log a request (UP-34343) in our internal system to track this.

 

Thanks,

Marshal

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Re: ES6 support

3 weeks ago in reply to: carloquinonez

Hello,

 

Unfortunately supporting ES6 in Windows asks our HTML/JS engine is upgraded. We uses different JS engines in Windows and MAC. It looked MAC's one has supported ES6.

 

I log a request (UP-34343) in our internal system to track this.

 

Thanks,

Marshal



Marshal Tu
Fusion 360 Developer
Autodesk, Inc.

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Re: ES6 support

3 weeks ago in reply to: marshaltu

Hi Marshall,

 

Thank you for confirming this issue. I can't wait to have support for the ES6 on windows! There's also the new spread operators, arrow functions, destructuring syntax... Right now, it's awkward to switch back and forth between es6 and es5 programming styles.


-CQ