i can't get version 1.8.. with this module only 1.5.2. so i can't call this a big word "updation".
It might be helpful to list any known 1.8 blockers here.
Of course the update path still has open issues for 1.6 and 1.7 that will need to be resolved first.
...less vague title for our dashboards. Coming from #1386294: Release jQuery 1.7 for Drupal 7
@b8x: Hey Vladimir! ...try going to the module's settings page (../admin/config/development/jquery_update or Administration -> Configuration -> Development -> jQuery Update) and select the "1.7" option from the drop-down menu. This obviously doesn't get you the latest 1.8, but it surely is an upgrade from 1.5.2 ;)
One caveat with jQuery 1.8 is that it does not play friendly with all jQuery UI 1.8 plugins. The RC for jQuery UI 1.9 is out, however, and uses jQuery 1.8. http://blog.jqueryui.com/
Probably needs some touch ups, but it's in dev now.
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Hello jQuery Experts,
I need jQuery 1.8.3 in my new project but Drupal's "jquery update" module still using lower version of jquery and my other functions are not working without latest version of jquery. Can anyone help me that how can I add latest jquery which will not conflict any other jquery.
waiting for reply...
Hey Om, I doubt you'll get any useful reply in this issue here. If I were you I'd file a separate support request issue.
How about 6.x?
...we now ship with 1.8.2 in 7.x. Lets update (new features always go against latest dev of most current branch) and then see if we can backport.
...assigning to the proper component after (part of) #2048923: Create separate entries for each jQuery and jQuery UI version in the project's "Component" drop-down. was implemented ;)
Applying patch for updating jquery 1.8.x to 1.8.3
Issue #1546668 by Rob Loach: jQuery 1.8
Issue #1546668 by sergey.semashko, RobLoach: Update to jQuery 1.8.3
Fixed in 7.x-3.x. Cherry picked into 7.x-2.x.
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