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Last week I mentioned we would be releasing a Hotfix to accompany our new jQuery VSDoc file. This Hotfix is now available at the MSDN Code Gallery. Here's a direct download link for this small (2MB) patch:
The idea here is to keep the documentation file next to your runtime file, and we'll automatically pick the right one. If you already have a whole bunch of annotated "dot debug" files, there's no need to rename all your files since we search for those also. This logic applies to all places where script file reference are mentioned. To recap, those place are:
By the way, Hotfixes are normally targeted at the latest public Visual Studio release, which today is VS2008 SP1. If you're using VS2008 you will need to upgrade to SP1 before taking advantage of this patch. We hope this will help simplify your code a bit!
Jeff King Program Manager Visual Studio Web Tools
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@jojobar: Could you post/share the syntax you used and the relative file location of the script? Often times there's a problem with the syntax. Thanks!
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