The doScrollCheck ie hack in bindReady degrades ie7 performance for no reason whatsoever
|Reported by:||Owned by:||Rick Waldron|
The doScrollCheck hack using in bindReady is only necessary in ie6 and yet it runs in every ie browser costing 80% of the time it takes jquery to initialize itself.
It has been reported before and dismissed, why do you insist on having this unnecessary overhead in the code?
I cant show this using jsperf, but it is trivial to see if you profile jquery in ie7 or 8 using dynatrace ajax edition. Lets get rid of this annoying pageload overhead.