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updated README w/ clarification on Abstracted Events.

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@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ To this end, follow this project if you want jquery.com to measure the demand fo
[Zepto.js](http://zeptojs.com/) is another great alternative to jQuery, it's fast, light and optimized for mobile/webkit browsers. It's a popular option for PhoneGap developers with full support for the
[Backbone.js](http://documentcloud.github.com/backbone/), [Underscore.js](http://documentcloud.github.com/underscore/) and [Spine.js](http://spinejs.com) frameworks. It has very recently added support for the latest Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers - it makes use of latest EcmaScript 5 APIs without shims so if this is your targetted market, we encourage you to try it.
-Based on recent posts it does looks like jQuery wants to [build a slimmer jQuery](http://blog.jquery.com/2011/11/08/building-a-slimmer-jquery/). Although we don't thing giving a trim is going far enough, we hope they perform larger re-structural changes allowing us to use most of the useful parts at a fraction of their cost. Their [recent conversations into future file size reduction](https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/jquery-bugs-team/17rGK6eAAxI/discussion) do sound promising.
+Based on recent posts it does looks like jQuery wants to [build a slimmer jQuery](http://blog.jquery.com/2011/11/08/building-a-slimmer-jquery/). Although we don't think giving a trim is going far enough, we hope they perform larger re-structural changes allowing us to use most of the useful parts at a fraction of their cost. Their [recent conversations into future file size reduction](https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/jquery-bugs-team/17rGK6eAAxI/discussion) do sound promising.
# Introducing jquip - aka jQuery-in-parts.
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## Roadmap
- Getting jquip to work in Google Closure Compiler's advanced compilation mode without warnings so it can be used to programatically strip out dead code your application doesn't use for an even smaller footprint!
+ - Add missing shims to Abstracted Events (decided to add them after all due to popular demand)
- Add caching to improve performance
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