Blue Ridge now supports headless testing running with jQuery 1.3.2!
* updated env.js (big thanks to Chris Thatcher & Jakub Suder!)
* changed Blue Ridge to use jQuery 1.3.2 by default for both headless and in-browser tests
* removed the caveat section from the README
* (note I'm leaving jQuery 1.2.6 in the repo to give folks the ability to choose either)
* Avoid using `print` in your tests while debugging. It works fine from the command line but causes lots of headaches in browser. (Just imagine a print dialog opening ten or fifteen times and then Firefox crashing. This is a mistake I've made too many times! Trust me!)
* We don't recommend testing jQuery or Prototype, especially event wiring. (You don't test Rails, do you?) Instead write a separate function, test it, and wire it to events using jQuery or Prototype.
-env.js and jQuery 1.3.x do not currently get along well (as of 2009-04-14), so Blue Ridge currently runs command line specs using jQuery 1.2.6. This is currently in active development, and any help is very appreciated!
Bugs & Patches
First, if you see any bugs or possible improvements, please use the project's [GitHub issue tracker](http://github.com/relevance/blue-ridge/issues) to let us know about them.