I made just a quick release 0.22.1 over previous bigger 0.22.0.
The only change is addition of useful selector #provided, to be used
when JS functions work as a namespaces as well.
Normally, to call JS
you would do ST
require resolve: 'package.json'
but since require is a BlockClosure and not a proxy to JS object, this
fails. Ugly workaround included
(require basicAt: #resolve) value: 'package.json'
(JSObjectProxy on: require) resolve: 'package.json'
The latter is now present as a selector #provided, so you can do
require provided resolve: 'package.json'.
P.S.: To get to wrapped JS constructors, as in case of `Number.EPSILON`,
#provided was also added to Class and forwards to constructor function
so you can `Number provided EPSILON`.
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