jQuery 1.9.1 Released
The jQuery team is pleased to announced that jQuery 1.9.1 is available! This release addresses the bugs and regressions that have been reported during the past few weeks. Whether you’re using 1.9.0 or using an older version, these are the droids you’re looking for.
Please, please, please, use the jQuery Migrate plugin and look at the upgrade guide if you’re just starting your upgrade to jQuery 1.9. The plugin will quickly find and fix any compatibility issues, just look in the browser console. Once you fix the warnings you can remove it. Or, leave the plugin in place until you have the chance to fix your code and plugins to make them 1.9-compatible.
We’ve sent the files to the Google and Microsoft folks, so you should see them up on their CDNs shortly.
Many thanks to those of you who reported bugs, and to the following people who contributed patches to the 1.9.1 release: Adam Coulombe, Andrew Plummer, Corey Frang, Danil Somsikov, Jean Boussier, Julian Aubourg, Mike Sherov, Oleg Gaidarenko, Richard Gibson, Ryunosuke Sato, and Timmy Willison.
Gold-leaf-cluster thanks to Paul Irish, who mobilized special forces to find a solution for 13274!
- #13276: In IE 9/10 $.parseXML() returning document object instead of XMLDOMDocument
- #13292: $.ajax with 1.9.0 doesn’t call anymore success function in case of 204
- #13306: File input added to serialized forms caused a change in behavior and only halfway follows spec
- #12656: Make event shorthands an excludable module
- #13274: IE < 9: “‘jquery’ is undefined” w/ sourceMappingURL comment
- #13316: Check against jquery.min.js with TestSwarm
- #13335: “use strict”; break asp.net ajax postacks in FF
- #12846: overflow:hidden is not removed when .stop() is called
- #13183: Wrong animation initial value calculation (1.9.0rc1)
- #13208: JS error trying to get the id of the document in IE8
- #13360: Creating String.prototype.namespace can cause an exception in jQuery.Event
- #13282: QtWebKit — TypeError: ‘[object Object]’ is not a valid argument for ‘Function.prototype.apply’ (evaluating ‘elem.nodeType’)
- #13315: minified manipulation methods fail on oldIE with XML
- #13233: Unexpected behavior when iterating over and manipulating detached nodes in jquery 1.9
- #13182: nested has selectors broken in IE7 & IE8 in versions 1.8.2+
- #13281: Wrong order when using .find() in IE7/8
- #13331: jQuery.fn.add returns incorrect order in Chrome and Safari