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December 2018

— The compiler can detect proper tail calls and mark them so that the runtime detects them, and upon detection the runtime may call this splice on the stack to prune it

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Hz-dispatcher is very very good at manipulating the flow of data in a JS program, and is able to route errors and return data wherever it desires, which is why I am also eventually going to implement Smalltalk-like hot-editing in which a JS program may be edited in-flight/during execution

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— Lol

— I have a terrible idea for this

— It doesn't work on my github profile though

— They have not updated to support the new profile

— Oh you have to turn off Activity Overview

— Or not, haha, I think it's not working at all

— I was going to put OwO in my history haha

— Hmm, ye, not working..

— Can it be fixed?