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I'm observing 2 likely related issues w/ mapbox.js HEAD and IE9 (9.0.8112):
I cannot reproduce these issues with an older setup, e. g.:
Possibly related #127
@tmcw how much of our subscribers are effected by this? How long will it take to fix?
@lxbarth how urgent is this for NYC?
I've filed a ticket for the upstream problem & re-noted it. I can't really guess how many people are affected by this, since the issues are new to me, haven't been reported in support.mapbox.com, and haven't been reported in mapbox or wax till today.
Does this occur in IE<9?
@tmcw I saw it in IE8 too, and more often.
@dhcole I thought your problem was related to map loading only? Did you see the other two issues alex is talking about here?
Yes I was specifically seeing 1) with mapbox.load and mapbox.auto.
The interactivity bug described also affects MapBox hosting: http://tiles.mapbox.com/villeda/map/nyc-sandy
MapBox supports standard JSONP now. The task is now to add support to mapbox.js and do a release.
Will be able to tackle this early next week.
@tmcw how big of a lift is this and can @ansis help?
@tmcw, what is it that needs to be done?
I haven't been able to reproduce either of the issues in an IE8 vm.
@ansis what is your week looking like? Is this something you could look at?
@ansis any luck on this? Is anyone else in a position to take this work? It'd likely be better for me to keep on iD + Leaflet investigation rather than get pulled off onto this potentially long task.
@yhahn do you have time to take a look at this one? reqwest hasn't been updated in 6 months, which isn't good, but there also are no clear alternatives I'm seeing other than superagent. just using multiple callback names may fix the problem, though not sure.
Where we're at:
Updated to point at jsonpcallback branches of wax and markers.js that continue to use reqwest but with its built-in dynamic callback support. I've added a testcase/jsonp.html in both master and jsonpcallback.
The problems we're running into at this point are:
The next task on hand is to come up with a test case that is reliably broken in IE9.
Assigned to Tender discussion #635.
Partly addressing with ded/reqwest#89
This should be resolved with #139. I've rolled a 0.6.7-dev with this fix and packaged it up here:
Would love confirmation of the fix so we can roll a 0.6.7.
Awesome, fixed the map loading issue for me in IE9. Great work!