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For some weird reason, after the transfer NPM publish started including the .git folder in the published package. This would break
- .git/ added to .npmignore
- .htmlhint removed
- .gitattributes removed
Notice: this repo has moved from the
evanplaice namespace to the
If NPM throws errors when you attempt to upgrade, it can be fixed by uninstalling then reinstalling jquery-csv as a dependency.
The move was done to help share ownership with contributors (ie less me-mine, more us-ours) and also to ensure the long-term sustainability of the project. Sorry for the inconvenience.
- updated all references to the old repository (ie
CONTRIBUTORSto be more user-friendly
- update issue templates to be more user-friendly
This marks the first -- and likely only -- stable LTS release of this library
Work tracked on #92
In addition to the issues tracked on that issue:
- fixed a bug where
onParseValuewas mistakenly being applied to the toObjects header fields
- fixed a bug where
onPreParsewasn't updating the input csv string
- fixed errors to call
throw Errorinstead of
throw new Error
- fixed bug where that broke the Node.js callback convention when an empty options object was supplied
Work will continue on a new repo with a clean room implementation that leverages the benefits of the latest JS has to offer (ex modules, tree-shaking, ES6, etc). A message will be posted in the README once that project is established.
- build is no longer broken
- preversion now checks for linting errors
- README has been updated to remove the outdated section on Node
- example styling/helpers no longer broken (ie underscored URLs don't work with github.io)
- Colton has been added as a contributor
This Minor release includes the implementation of a new user demo that features a more complex (ie date) user-defined callback.
This patch update addresses the previously poor state of demos. There was a mix of SPA (Single Page App) like UI, with standalone/unstyled UI. In addition the code in the demos was hard to follow for users.
To address this, a new simpler template will be used for all demos. The template will contain code that is as minimal and straight-forward to follow as possible, and styled to look nice as well as work well.
- created a new, simpler demo teplate
- converted all existing demos to use the new template
- extracted CSS into an external stylesheet
- added syntax highlighting to the demos