The original version of WysiHat was designed to run on Prototype. This fork of it was ported to run on jQuery (used against 1.4.2).
JQ-WysiHat currently supports:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows, version 7.0
- Mozilla Firefox 3.0
- Apple Safari 4.0
- Google Chrome 4.0
- jQuery 1.4.2 or later (http://jquery.com/) although older versions will probably work fine, they just haven't been tested.
Code is documented inline with PDoc (http://pdoc.org/).
The generated HTML documentation can be found on the
gh-pages branch or viewed online at (http://josh.github.com/wysihat/).
Several examples can be found under
examples/ to get you started.
The easiest way is to simply call:
This adds some commonly used buttons to the toolbar and gets you going.
Once I get closer to a 'stable' version I'll tag a release and add it here. However, in day to day use I haven't had any major troubles with it.
Building from source
You can build the latest version of JQ-WysiHat from source by running
rake the root directory. The generated file will be saved to
dist/jq-wysihat.js. Ruby and the Rake gem are only required to build
the project from source. It is not required to run the code.
Check out the original WysiHat source with
$ git clone git://github.com/josh/wysihat.git
And the fork with
$ git clone git://github.com/swilliams/jq-wysihat.git
$ cd jq-wysihat $ git submodule init $ git submodule update
GitHub pull requests are welcome.
jq-WysiHat is released under the MIT license.