On 01/19/2014 07:09 AM, T.C. Hollingsworth wrote:
On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 1:51 AM, Matthias Runge
> Hello everybody,
> libraries) and Web Assets?
> There are quite a few packages bundling e.g. jQuery. we have a review
> request for jQuery itself
> in production, because it can not be applied to current packages and
> even not applied to packages under review, or am I wrong here?
> jQuery comes with several versions, esp. earlier versions are not
> compatible with later ones. We couldn't expect to be able to make every
> package compatible with jQuery's latest version. How shall this be handled?
The plan for jQuery is now outlined at:
I plan to introduce two jquery packages:
js-jquery - jquery 2.x latest - for webapps that use jquery2/don't
care about IE6
js-jquery1 - jquery 1.x latest - for webapps that do care about IE6
Thank you for clarification; it absolutely makes sense to me, from a
packager perspective, we don't need to argue about bundling etc :D
With my OpenStack Horizon hat on, I see a huge piece of work coming to
that, or try to argue, why bundling is necessary. Sigh.