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Use the js-jquery and js-flot libraries rather than copying all the source #72
This patch switches to the js-jquery and js-flot libraries on Hackage, which are dead simple, and just contain the jquery/flot code, including license and sources to make Debian happy. The Shake library already uses them, and I'm hoping to make them the "standard" way of getting this code.
As a side effect, I've also switched to the 1.* branch of jQuery rather than 2.. The 2. branch has no additional features or performance, but has worse compatibility, so currently 1.* is recommended. If that's a conscious decision, I'm happy to build a version of the js-jquery library for 2.*.
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May 2, 2015
Yep, I'd consider that a feature. Sometimes, a Travis CI build fails because you didn't wait long enough to wait for