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The minification isn't breaking the code. The authors had an incorrect expectation of how JSMin would minify the code. By the very act of minifying code where new lines matter your are always potentially changing the behavior.



The minification is breaking the code. If a minifier takes valid JS in and produces JS that behaves differently from the input, then that minifier is broken, full stop. It doesn't matter how anyone personally feels about ASI; what matters is that ASI is a part of JS, so if you're making a tool that processes JS, you need to respect its rules.




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