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. They are tools which you run on your source code saying “here are some JavaScript files, try to make them smaller, but don’t change functionality ”. I’m reluctant to use these tools because many developers report that if I don’t use specific coding styles, like writing semicolons, they will break my code. I’m OK with people (community) forcing certain coding styles on me, but not tools.

Full article: http://mislav.uniqpath.com/2010/05/semicolons/


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