Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 3rd Nov 2007 23:34 UTC, submitted by irbis
Talk, Rumors, X Versus Y Mozilla and Microsoft are in the midst of a squabble over the future of JavaScript, with each side accusing the other of actions which could end up 'breaking the Web'. The two companies each have their own respective versions of the common programming language that is used across the web: Mozilla backs ECMAScript, while Microsoft pushes its own JScript.
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Discussion is a bit wider...
by gonzalo on Sun 4th Nov 2007 12:45 UTC
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It's not only a matter of Microsoft vs. Mozilla, really. The debate involves quite a number of other players which, yes, do have relevance.

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