Added support for CommonJS.
The expires option now interpretes fractions of numbers (e.g. days) correctly.
Support for AMD.
Removed deprecated method
$.cookie('name', null)for deleting a cookie, use
undefinedin case such cookie does not exist (was
null). Because the return value is still falsy, testing for existence of a cookie like
if ( $.cookie('foo') )keeps working without change.
Renamed bower package definition (component.json -> bower.json) for usage with up-to-date bower.
Badly encoded cookies no longer throw exception upon reading but do return undefined (similar to how we handle JSON parse errors with json = true).
Added conversion function as optional last argument for reading, so that values can be changed to a different representation easily on the fly. Useful for parsing numbers for instance:
$.cookie('foo', '42'); $.cookie('foo', Number); // => 42
Fixed issue where it was no longer possible to check for an arbitrary cookie, while json is set to true, there was a SyntaxError thrown from JSON.parse.
Fixed issue where RFC 2068 decoded cookies were not properly read.
json. Replaces raw option, becomes config:
$.cookie.raw = true; // bypass encoding/decoding the cookie value $.cookie.json = true; // automatically JSON stringify/parse value
Thus the default options now cleanly contain cookie attributes only.
Removing licensing under GPL Version 2, the plugin is now released under MIT License only (keeping it simple and following the jQuery library itself here).
Bugfix: Properly handle RFC 2068 quoted cookie values.
Added component.json for bower.
Added jQuery plugin package manifest.
$.cookie()returns all available cookies.
$.removeCookie('foo')for deleting a cookie, using
$.cookie('foo', null)is now deprecated.
- Adding default options.