In under 36 hours, a lot has changed:
- ECMAscript.org has updated their tests
- Opera 12 Alpha is out.
- Firefox 10 Alpha is out.
Here's the updated (2011-11-11) results. Each browser's data is compressed with bzip2.
|Browser||Fails||The photo||The data||Release Status|
|Opera 11.60 beta 1147||1||Screenshot||XML Results||Beta|
|IE 10 10.0.8102.0||6||Screenshot||XML Results||Alpha|
|Opera 12.00 alpha 1116||11||Screenshot||XML Results||Alpha|
|Firefox 10.0a2 2011-11-11||160||Screenshot||XML Results||Alpha|
|Firefox 9.0||164||Screenshot||XML Results||Beta|
|Firefox 8.0||164||Screenshot||XML Results||Release|
|IE 9 9.0.8112.16421||322||Screenshot||XML Results||Release|
|Chrome 17 17.0.932.0 dev-m||415||Screenshot||XML Results||Alpha|
|Chrome 16 16.0.912.36 beta-m||415||Screenshot||XML Results||Beta|
|Chrome 15 15.0.874.120 m||416||Screenshot||XML Results||Release|
|Safari 5.1.1 6534.51.22||772||Screenshot||XML Results||Release|
|Opera 11.52 1100||3751||Screenshot||XML Results||Release|
|IE 8 8.0.6001.18702||N/A||Screenshot||N/A||Release|
Well, Opera wins. and the old becomes new again. IE10 still takes the number 2 slot with everything else staying nearly the same.
Tests were done on Windows 8, XP, and Vista; to try to main consistency. If you want to contact the author, reply here below. The author is Chris McKenzie; a programmer dedicated to truth, no matter how crazy it gets. Check out his projects on github.