upgrade qunit

Justin Obara obara.justin at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 18:32:08 UTC 2011


I've pushed the qunit update to the master. 

https://github.com/fluid-project/infusion/commit/2dc794e96f6033e64cc407cfb7e659e3eaa16e58

You should see a commits e-mail about it.

Thanks
Justin

On 2011-02-02, at 12:42 PM, Colin Clark wrote:

> Hi Justin,
> 
> Okay, so to summarize:
> 
> 1. You've upgraded to the latest QUnit
> 2. You've tested it against jQuery 1.4.2 (which we will ship with Infusion 1.3.1)
> 
> If it works and looks good, I say go for it.
> 
> For those who are wondering about the newly minted jQuery 1.5, our plan is to do a rough test with it for Infusion 1.3.1. Early adopters should be able to pick it up and start developing with it right away. For those of us who are more production-minded, we'll wait for jQuery 1.5.1 to be released and fully qualify it across all our A-Grade browsers for Infusion 1.4.
> 
> Colin
> 
> On 2011-02-02, at 11:07 AM, Justin Obara wrote:
> 
>> Now that jQuery 1.5 has been released to the wild, I thought it might be a good time to look at updating qunit.
>> 
>> I've pulled down the latest code from their git repo ( https://github.com/jquery/qunit ) and tried it out in safari. All our tests were behaving as expected. You can try it for yourself by cloning my infusion repo for ( https://github.com/jobara/infusion ) and checking out the qunit-test branch.
>> 
>> What I noticed was new:
>> 
>> 	• Some changes to styling
>> 	• Test names are visible all the time, then styled when run
>> 	• The expected result is more clearly displayed
>> 	• The hide all passed tests checkbox is back
>> 
>> I think we should go ahead and upgrade to the latests qunit for 1.3.1. We could also wait till we upgrade to jquery 1.5. There's really no specific rush. Please let me know what you think.
> 
> ---
> Colin Clark
> Technical Lead, Fluid Project
> http://fluidproject.org
> 




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