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Disabling .add(form.elements) unit test.

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jeresig committed Apr 22, 2011
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  1. +7 −2 test/unit/traversing.js
@@ -480,10 +480,15 @@ test("contents()", function() {
});

test("add(String|Element|Array|undefined)", function() {
expect(17);
expect(16);
same( jQuery("#sndp").add("#en").add("#sap").get(), q("sndp", "en", "sap"), "Check elements from document" );
same( jQuery("#sndp").add( jQuery("#en")[0] ).add( jQuery("#sap") ).get(), q("sndp", "en", "sap"), "Check elements from document" );
ok( jQuery([]).add(jQuery("#form")[0].elements).length >= 13, "Check elements from array" );

// We no longer support .add(form.elements), unfortunately.
// There is no way, in browsers, to reliably determine the difference
// between form.elements and form - and doing .add(form) and having it
// add the form elements is way to unexpected, so this gets the boot.
// ok( jQuery([]).add(jQuery("#form")[0].elements).length >= 13, "Check elements from array" );

// For the time being, we're discontinuing support for jQuery(form.elements) since it's ambiguous in IE
// use jQuery([]).add(form.elements) instead.

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