thanks for reporting this. JustCode does indeed not have support for this syntax as it is not part of ECMAScript. Nevertheless since the ECMAScript accessor syntax is not supported by any browser except IE8 and Chrome right now and this syntax is we should support it. I have added an item for this to our issue tracker and tentatively scheduled it for the Q3 release. You will be automatically notified once it is fixed.
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