Details

Type: Defect

Status: Closed

Priority: Trivial

Resolution: Completed

Affects Version/s: None

Fix Version/s: None

Component/s: None

Labels:None
Description
Given:
(defn f [x] (println x) x)
{(f 5) (f 10), (f :x) (f :y)}Clojure produces:
5
10
:x
:y
ClojureScript produces:
5
:x
10
:y
See also:
CLJ1043I realized that this problem is actually only partially solvable as is. We could assign the interleaved keys and values to locals before constructing the map. Unfortunately, that doesn't solve a bigger underlying problem: The reader returns unordered sets and maps.
CLJ1043I realized that this problem is actually only partially solvable as is. We could assign the interleaved keys and values to locals before constructing the map. Unfortunately, that doesn't solve a bigger underlying problem: The reader returns unordered sets and maps.