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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #7866, comment 1


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Dec 29, 2010, 9:15:01 PM (8 years ago)
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snover
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  • Ticket #7866, comment 1

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    1 We’d all love to drop support for IE. However, there won’t be changes to the source to allow for preprocessing like that, reasons not the least of which being that it’d be a lot of work on our end for very little practical gain. You’ll '''maybe''' be able to reduce the size of the min+gz code by 5kB.
     1We’d all love to drop support for old versions of IE. However, there won’t be changes to the source to allow for preprocessing like that, reasons not the least of which being that it’d be a lot of work on our end for very little practical gain. You’ll '''maybe''' be able to reduce the size of the min+gz code by 5kB.
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    33You could always use an AST and blow away trees that are conditionally triggered by a feature tests that you don’t want to allow. Since jQuery uses feature detection, not browser detection, that would be your best bet for removing that code.