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Commits on Oct 31, 2011
Commits on Oct 28, 2011
  1. Add a way to fire native events using dispatchEvent/fireEvent in test…

    timmywil committed Oct 28, 2011
    …init.js; fixes failing click test in FF3.6
Commits on Oct 27, 2011
  1. DRY the hover pseudo-event, get the type right, allow override.

    dmethvin committed Oct 27, 2011
    Now with working unit test for extra correctness! If external code defines a special.hover event, we won't string-hack "hover" into "mouseenter mouseleave".
  2. Merge pull request #565 from rwldrn/10601

    dmethvin committed Oct 27, 2011
    Cleanup spacing. Fixes #10601
  3. Cleanup spacing. Fixes #10601

    rwaldron committed Oct 27, 2011
Commits on Oct 26, 2011
  1. Merge pull request #564 from rwldrn/10586

    jaubourg committed Oct 26, 2011
    Core styleguide cleanup. Fixes #10586
  2. Fix #10588. For now, event voyeurism only merits the look of disappro…

    dmethvin committed Oct 26, 2011
    …val.
    
    If you are using `.data("events")` we would like to know how we can provide a documented interface that satisfies the need.
  3. Fix #10576. Add alias for jQuery.event.handle so voyeur code still wo…

    dmethvin committed Oct 26, 2011
    …rks.
    
    Between new 1.7 special event hooks and jQuery.event.simulate() we have a much cleaner solution than the people calling jQuery.event.handle are doing, but we shouldn't break their use of this undocumented internal interface for now.
Commits on Oct 25, 2011
  1. Fix #10575. Undeclared `matched` var hosed recursive delegate calls.

    dmethvin committed Oct 25, 2011
    Thanks davidmurdoch for staying with this bug!
Commits on Oct 24, 2011
  1. Tagging the 1.7rc1 release.

    dmethvin committed Oct 24, 2011
  2. Remove attribute match from quickIs

    dmethvin committed Oct 24, 2011
    As @timmywil points out, attributes and properties are confused by IE6/7. This commit also reworks the unit test case to do a better job of checking className matches.
  3. Fix #10563. Ensure event.currentTarget==this if delegated.

    dmethvin committed Oct 24, 2011
    Now, event.delegateTarget is always the element where the event was handled, regardless of whether delegated handlers are attached.
  4. Make jQuery().off(event) work for delegated events.

    dmethvin committed Oct 24, 2011
    Logic to handle detaching by event was in both .off() and jQuery.event.remove; now it's only in .off(). It's a bit of a strange case since the event object (not the jQuery set) specifies the element.