[wp-hackers] Newest Prototype?
dan at dancoulter.com
Tue May 15 13:41:26 GMT 2007
I think if you want people to try to use one standard include file, you've
got to keep it up to date, at least with the most recent stable version. If
I were developing a plugin that used Prototype today, I would package my own
because I don't want to develop on 1.5.0_rc0. There have been a lot of
important improvements since then.
On 5/15/07, Omry Yadan <omry at yadan.net> wrote:
> It uses the Ajax functionality and some of the basics ($(), $F() etc)
> inside the admin section of wp.
> Computer Guru wrote:
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> > Omry Yadan wrote:
> >> Well, FireStats works fine with 2.1, and it does include prototype.
> >> go figure.
> > Probably non-conflicting function calls or overwritten headers.
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> > Computer Guru
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> > http://neosmart.net/blog/
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