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afaik it is needed for it to be a proper npm module (otherwise require() doesn't know what file to use as entry point). However jQuery wasn't working as such a module anyway (out of the box) because 'grunt' has to be run first.
This was fixed in 286c4d9. But because of another issue it was backed out in d5658e9. That revert forgot to remove this property as well.
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