Why do we have no dist? I really hate when you go to a git for a js lib and there is no obvious way to use quickly.... We should have a dist - for now this will serve.
IE10 adds some funkiness with script tags…. It had onload support but was released kinda buggy - likewise, readystates behavior varries slightly from 9. The only thing we can't seem to get this to work on is Windows Phone 7 with IE9 :\ but we've never had proof that it worked there in the first place so this isn't a regression.
…sts with Qunit. 1-1 match on tests from old to new. Removed all unnecessary cruft.
This reverts commit 2d8ddc6.
Fixing what would be a huge bug given the articles that have been going out... data-hitch-manual is something for when you are injecting (say, already compiled rules) into the page as opposed to through the "traditional method". wow, tht is nasty.
Proposed code uses a flag to indicate that you are doing something inline as opposed to letting Hitch manage it with normal @-hitch-requires or data-hitch-widget pattern... Originally the plan was to just say "call Hitch.go()" when you are ready, but as Clint's dev fixture points out, if you have numerous sheets, etc, it is actually kind of hard for you to self optimize that... Instead then, we will just default to the old way of delaying until DOMReady...
Adds much speed to interpreted and add proposed change for adding hitches manuallly via script rather than originating through the require pattern... 244 passing assertions in 24 tests. Also add a potential bugfix for false positives.
set up widget scan / pipeline, mods throttling and make things generally dynamic, simpler and faster. Also addresses issue 18: common subtree
There is no sin except stupidity.
Fix for parser/Compiler misses a problem when the number of "hitched" rules exceed 10 - was causing the demo to not work on the website. The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.