We use jQuery templates, which expects <script type="text/x-jquery-tmpl"> tags for the template contents. (There are reasons to use <script> instead of e.g. <div>, but those aren't really relevant; the point is that <script> is not necessarily JS.) This patch checks the language processors to ensure the called type exists before trying to call a non-existent method (the code was here to support this, but the method call wasn't properly guarded.) I also modified the browser tests to check for this.
(including the page itself). You can see what the page is up with: browser.window.resources.dump() Modified lastRequest/lastResponse to use the window resources, fixed browser.status and browser.redirected to only look at the page resource itself.
--- Will make another change on top of this to abstract the logic of creating a client for a given URL.
--- Simple stub.
Right now, consolidating HTTP duties across History and XHR.
…versions of IE fire changed inconsistently, so some developers listen to click for checkboxes
…urce at the requested path
…differs from the current path
…f the request path
Updated changelog to reflect recent additions.