…mment tokens to mark the end of a media query statement. Fixes #12.
…omparison here: http://jsperf.com/shorter-media-query-regexp
… and IE5 can get non-responsive layouts. Thanks @paul_irish for the tip.
…bably too loose now, but it seems to work for basic cases...
…osed with the /*/media*/ token. This is useful for @media statements that don't need to be translated, such as those without queries, and only types (screen, print, projector, etc). This change also Fixes #17, in which some combinations of non-tokened media queries and @font-face were causing IE to crash.
…n last commit.
… work, but it's currently an either/or situation between media attribute-based queries and internal CSS media queries on a single stylesheet. If both are present on a single stylesheet, the internal queries will be parsed but the attribute will be ignored (always true). I plan to remove this limitation soon, but it's a start!
…aller than before
… the new logic from the matchMedia polyfill (https://github.com/paulirish/matchMedia.js).