[development] jQuery 1.2 is released
kreynen at gmail.com
Fri Sep 14 15:51:41 UTC 2007
Forgive me if these have already been spelled out and I missed it, but with
Earnie's vision for a jquery_plugin module...
Is the jquery_plugin module alerting users to updates of the JQuery plugins
(that they would manually download (hopefully look at) and then upload)?
Is there any automated connection between the jquery_plugin module and
modules that require the plug-ins or are modules that require JQuery plugins
expected to check to see if the plugin are in the files/jquery/ directory
and alert the site's admin to use jquery_plugin to upload the plugin if it's
On 9/14/07, Earnie Boyd <earnie at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
> Quoting Jeff Eaton <jeff at viapositiva.net>:
> > On Sep 14, 2007, at 6:23 AM, Frando wrote:
> >> I agree of course. What makes me wonder, though, don't we in Drupal 6
> >> Isn't that exactly the same as allowing Drupal to save
> downloaded jQuery
> >> plugins in the file directory (not that I think this is good
> idea anyway)?
> > The difference is that the JS files that make up that aggregated JS
> > file were all downloaded manually by an administrator and installed,
> > not auto-downloaded from a remote server and installed by a 'smart'
> > module.
> Ok, I've gone back and reread parts of this thread. Let's put the
> argument against automating the jQuery plugin scripts behind us because
> it has been expressed and everyone understands that it is a bad idea.
> Now let us discuss: the administrator is given the option in the
> jquery_plugin module to upload his jQuery plugin. The jquery_plugin
> module writes the uploaded file to files/jquery/ directory. The
> jquery_plugin module then serves the client visiting the site those
> Earnie -- http://for-my-kids.com/
> -- http://give-me-an-offer.com/
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