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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #6125, comment 6


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Dec 1, 2010, 12:21:12 PM (10 years ago)
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willmorgan
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  • Ticket #6125, comment 6

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    11I would agree that consistency is probably the best thing, though in fact, I've seen a few posts from John and Scott in the past saying that bulletproofing jQuery might be on the cards for future releases.
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    3 My £0.02 is that a widely used framework should be as portable and bulletproof as possible, and that there are arguments against extending the Object prototype and also not filtering for loops.. I've not seen any too much in depth discussion regarding the issue specific to jQuery, but if that's what the core team goes with, then fair enough.
     3My £0.02 is that a widely used framework should be as portable and bulletproof as possible, and that there are arguments against extending the Object prototype and also not filtering for loops.. I've not seen too much in depth discussion regarding the issue specific to jQuery, but if that's what the core team goes with, then fair enough.
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    55Thanks for your time - I can imagine it's quite frustrating having closed many duplicates in the past hence the initial terseness (albeit 9 months later...)