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Why require type="text/brightscript" ?!

The description of <script> ... Id=1608550 says that `type` attribute is "required" and to put "text/brightscript" there.

I see a code example that does not use "type=", so i hope this is a doco omission rather than genuine demand.

Why would somebody require that and not just imply brightscript - just like HTML^ implies "text/javascript" if omitted?
That is, unless one has sadistic tendencies... Even if the Co. were to release another language, it's not like it will become the default, is it?

(^) anyone inclined to argue <script type= > was once theoretically required in HTML - welcome to HTML5!
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