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Commits on Mar 21, 2008
  1. @jamiemccarthy
  2. @pudge

    update

    pudge authored
  3. @pudge

    oops

    pudge authored
  4. @pudge

    minor bugs

    pudge authored
Commits on Mar 20, 2008
  1. @pudge

    minor bugs

    pudge authored
Commits on Mar 19, 2008
  1. @pudge

    D2 inline comments

    pudge authored
  2. @tvroom

    Fixed text to add to media box

    tvroom authored
  3. @jamiemccarthy

    listTagnamesByPrefix, the ajax tagname autocompleter, now uses the

    jamiemccarthy authored
    tagname_cache table to find suggestions.  This should be an order
    of magnitude faster on average and probably several orders faster
    for the worst-case.
  4. @pudge
Commits on Mar 18, 2008
  1. @tvroom

    pda feature

    tvroom authored
  2. @tvroom
  3. @tvroom

    pda addition

    tvroom authored
  4. @tvroom

    updates to submission memory

    tvroom authored
  5. @tvroom
  6. @tvroom
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  10. @tvroom
  11. Changed the value of vars sitepublisher.

    Christopher Brown authored
Commits on Mar 17, 2008
  1. @pudge

    Fix uninit errors

    pudge authored
  2. @pudge

    I am the worst person on Earth.

    pudge authored
  3. @pudge

    NEED DOLLAR SIGN

    pudge authored
  4. @pudge

    This is perl, not TT.

    pudge authored
  5. @pudge

    errant ;

    pudge authored
  6. @pudge

    comment history ajax

    pudge authored
  7. Use "[% sitename %]" instead of hard-coding

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    This was made available when we enhanced script-globbing to invoke template toolkit
    substitution.  The one downside to this is that for people who have javascript_debug
    set in user_params get their scripts un-globbed, and so will see
    
      "[% sitename %] - Firehose (22)"
    
    ...or similar for their hose window title.
  8. Add myself to AUTHORS

    authored
    ...or am I being presumptuous?
Commits on Mar 14, 2008
  1. Simplify cases touched in the removal of prototype.js

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    - new function $dom(str) is short-hand for document.getElementById(str)
    - use $dom(expr) where we had been saying jQuery('#'+expr)[0]
    - eliminate make_selector, it is no longer needed
  2. Remove unused comments2.js

    authored
  3. Replace Prototype.js with jQuery

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    - added latest jQuery source, bundled into all(-minified)?.js; jQuery's $(expr)
      is disabled at the moment
    
    - replaced all uses of prototype's $(expr) with appropriate variation on
      jQuery(expr); because jQuery acts more like prototype's $$, always looking up
      a CSS selector, this required inventing make_selector(expr) to prepending a '#'
      when needed
    
    - rewrote ajax_update and ajax_periodic_update in terms of jQuery; did this in
      a way that minimal impacts callers, but did require fixing a broken idiom we
      had: when building the params dictionary (or any dictionary for that matter),
      need to say
    
        var params = {};
    
      We have always said the wrong thing: var params = [], as though we were building
      an array rather than a hash.
    
    - replaced uses of prototype's PeriodicalExecuter with js-builtin setInterval.
      We weren't using prototype's decay feature, so this should be exactly the same
      functionality.
    
    - replaced uses of prototype's Form.serialize with jQuery's serialize
    
    - eliminated uses of $H(expr), we didn't really need them anyway.  This did mean
      I had to write a glue routine, map_hash, in comments.js to make minimal changes
      to toHash and its uses
    
    - removed uses of prototype's Insertion facility (deprecated even in prototype
      itself) in favor of jQuery's .after, .before, .append, .prepend
    
    - removed prototype.js, transitions.js (moofx) and references to those files
      from PLUGINs, THEMEs, and html headers
    
    This translation is fairly `literal': using jQuery to do things pretty much
    exactly how were doing them with prototype.  Now we can re-enable jQuery's $(expr)
    syntax and tighten things up.
  4. Use '-' instead of ':' in HTML ids built from sids

    authored
    Update Tags.pm to expect '-'s in the encoded sids it gets via ajax
Commits on Mar 13, 2008
  1. Use '-' instead of ':' in HTML ids built from sids

    authored
    We don't want to use the original '/'s, because they are not legal characters in HTML ids
    (see <http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/types.html>).  We don't want to use ':' or '.' because,
    while they are legal, they are also meaningful in CSS rules, and complicate the transition
    from prototype.js to jQuery.
  2. Changed the copyright to 2008.

    Christopher Brown authored
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