…names back into IE9 build as it needs them during parsing, use separate compressor runs to prevent the global empty-function factory in the first output file.
…of the .js and use a script onreadystatechange listener instead; don't start the script loading for IE>9; add a default base url for the scripts (currently at github); add public PIE.version property
…ull from the local build dir.
…ub which loads one of two separate .js files containing all the logic. Those two .js files contain only the code needed for IE9 and IE6-8 respectively, decreasing the total download size for any given user. The location of the .js files can be customized via a -pie-base-url property on the html element; this will likely be expanded to pull from a CDN by default.
…olves issue #110.
…ill have been moved to the padding already by the hideBorder logic.
…unning list of attached listeners and then loops through to remove them all, rather than manually removing them individually.
…ded, to prevent divide-by-zero error if in some rare case the element has non-zero dimensions during the initial update but zero dimensions after the image finishes loading.
…eir runtimeStyle border styles only when appropriate.
… more sane fallback than not clipping the image at all.
…ogether by delegating management of the runtimeStyle background to the root renderer. Allow linear-gradient to handle background-size properly. Prevent border-image renderer's destroy method from clobbering border hiding in IE<9.
…han setting a variable in outer scope; this fixes an intermittent bug where init would be called before the outer var had its value set (due to the init function getting hoisted perhaps?) which led to elements not being initialized and, it seems, browser crashes.
…et length parameters, force element border to solid transparent to prevent it from collapsing, override border-width with border-image width params if present.