Nov

26

jQuery 1.7.1 released

Posted by kevin under news

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jQuery team released version 1.7.1 before thanksgiving , new version mainly fixes some bugs, you can get through the following address:


jQuery 1.7.1 Change Log

Ajax

  • #10723: jqXHR.always() returns a Promise instead of a jqXHR object

Attributes

  • #10724: $(document).text() always returns an empty string
  • #10773: removeAttr is fragile for edge cases

Build

  • #10630: Fix focus-related test failures to resolve Swarm failures

Core

  • #10616: Type coersion not done for -1 in .eq
  • #10646: Have jQuery.error throw instanceof Error object
  • #10682: Creating DOM elements with $(‘ ‘) leaks memory and skips the fragment cache
  • #10687: jQuery calls the AMD define() global function too early
  • #10690: isNumeric

Css

  • #10733: remove uses of jQuery.each in css module in favor of a for loop

Data

  • #10675: Use internalKey shortcut instead of jQuery.expando

Effects

  • #10669: .animate() no longer animates percentage(%) width
  • #10750: A “null” in the data object can cause an error in stop

Event

  • #10676: wheelDelta not added to mousewheel event anymore
  • #10701: Problems with submit forms using submit function
  • #10704: special.handle method should fire under origType name
  • #10705: off bug event name parser
  • #10712: Triggering blur with live bind broken
  • #10717: A triggered load bubbles up to window
  • #10791: Delegated Events fail on SVG elements
  • #10794: .triggerHandler should not .preventDefault()
  • #10798: live(“submit”) and .submit() would cause unobtrusive ajax live to fire twice
  • #10844: .delegate() on submit doesn’t work when form contains input with name “id”

Manipulation

  • #10177: index of callback function in .wrap is always 0
  • #10667: HTML5 Support in .wrapAll() does add a “:” to element
  • #10670: rnoshimcache probably not constructed correctly
  • #10812: passing empty object to .before() or .after() throws exception in IE7

Misc

  • #10691: remove all occurrences of the “equals” and “same” function in the unit tests`

Support

  • #10629: IE is much too sensitive concerning the fake body. Explore cleaning up support.js to avoid any future crashes.
  • #10807: Non-ascii apostrophe in comment

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