On the project page:
Drupal 7 to jQuery 1.5.2/1.7.1/1.8.2, and jQuery UI 1.8.11
So which is it?
I ran into this problem and believe this is the situation:
The current stable release (2.2) ships with jQuery 1.5.2 as the default and only version of jQuery.
The current development snapshop (2.x-dev) ships with jQuery 1.5, 1.7, and 1.8. It defaults to 1.5, but can be changed at admin/config/development/jquery_update.
Thanks for the info.
This needs to be clarified on the project page. Otherwise users can't decide whether to install this or not.
Second the need for this clarification on the homepage. I was just updated from an old outdated dev version to 2.2 (using drush up) which broke some things as 1.7 all of a sudden "disappeared" with no explanation.
Either that, or a new version should be cut that includes 1.7 ;)
And what is with current version 1.9 ???
Is anyone uses today so old versions ???
It can not be the appropriate one, the jquery update modules means that you use so that the latest version of jQuery
My oppinion is, its time for 1.9 now.....
Lennard please file a separate feature request for 1.9, this is a documentation task only.
+1 for documenting this on the module homepage, this caught me out too.
h3>Updates...</h3><ul><li>Drupal 5 to jQuery 1.2.6</li><li>Drupal 6 to jQuery 1.3.2</li><li>Drupal 7 to jQuery 1.5.2/1.7.1/1.8.2, and jQuery UI 1.8.11</li><li>Drupal 8: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://drupal.org/node/1085590">TBD</a></li></ul>
I'd suggest changing this to:
h3>Updates...</h3><ul><li>Drupal 5 to jQuery 1.2.6</li><li>Drupal 6 to jQuery 1.3.2</li><li>Drupal 7 to jQuery 1.5.2 and jQuery UI 1.8.11 <em>(in 7.x-2.2)</em></li><li>Drupal 7 to jQuery 1.5.2/1.7.1/1.8.2 and jQuery UI 1.8.11 <em>(in dev branch 7.x-2.x-dev)</em></li><li>Drupal 8: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://drupal.org/node/1085590">TBD</a></li></ul>
First, thanks for doing this in the first place.
Second, I agree with @manarth - I had to dig a little before I realized that the production version was only 1.5.2.
#7 RTBC (for maintainer visibility ;)
This had me confused as well. Manarth's suggestion looks good!
Just lost an hour on this, so forgive me if I bump the issue
Pushing this up as it's still an issue and seems ready for implementation but lost in the to-do list.
Reclassifying this as a task. It should take a maintainer < 1 minutes to make the change in #7 on the project description, and will save the community many hours collectively lost to this confusion.
Please add this to the description on the module homepage, I just spent half an hour tracking down this issue.
jQuery Update 7.x-2.3 will make it so that we don't need selective documentation. Thanks for the note, everyone! And hello Sydney!!!
Awesome Rob, thanks! Perhaps add a third step to the module usage?
Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
The project page still says:
Which is it?
@joachim The current release allows the site builder to choose which version of jQuery to use in the admin settings.
Why not just include an extra line, explaining this, under "Instructions", as I suggested in post #16, so there is no doubt?http://drupal.org/node/1819558#comment-7046538
Ah, my mistake. that line on the project page hadn't been changed since the release with the confusion. Extra instructions would definitely be a good thing! :)
Drupal 5 to jQuery 1.2.6Drupal 6 to jQuery 1.3.2Drupal 7 to jQuery 1.5.2, 1.7.1, or 1.8.2 (site administrator's choice), and jQuery UI 1.8.11Drupal 8: TBD
Looks good with me! Updated on the project page. Do we need a new release off of 7.x-1.x to match this? Thanks!
Fixed -> http://drupal.org/project/jquery_update
Note: I also added the -Dev Version note as much as I don't like it. But it'll help with a lot of the recent support request.
Oh I also fixed it to be the actual versions; The dev version runs jQuery UI 1.10.2 (The fact that is not clear in this issue does make it obvious that we really do need that in the project page which is why I added the -dev version line)
@RobLoach I'm holding of on having a proper release until all the 1.7/1.8 issue are fixed.
Does it look good to everyone?
Thanks all :)
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