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jQuery 1.3 was released a little over a month ago. The 1.3 release adds exciting features such as selector performance improvements, "live events" where events can be bound to both current and future elements, and more. Version 1.3.2 was released a few days ago and fixes some bugs include one involving selector performance in IE.
I just wanted to let everyone know that we now have VSDoc files for all of the 1.3 releases. You can download them from the jQuery Downloads page...
A refresher on how to use the file can be found here or here. Here's one of the new functions in action...
Hope this helps!
Jeff King Program Manager Visual Studio Web Tools
Can you post the updated/fix vsdoc for us?
@William and Justin: We're working on getting the update done by the end of the week. Hopefully sooner. Thanks for your patience! --Jeff
Hi! I'm getting this error
Error updating JScript IntelliSense: Object doesn't support this property or method @2139:1
and the old hotfix does not fix it.
Does anyone knows how can I fix it?
I just wanna to make sure and removed the 1.3.2 from my application and added the 1.2.6 and everything is working fine with the older version
Any idea as to when the update will appear?
March 18th: "by end of week"
it's now a few weeks after that..... is there any update or hope?
For the time being i changed my "-vsdoc" file to use 1.2.6a's version, since there wasn't all that much changed, but it would be nice to have working intellisense in 1.3.2 and studio
JQuery 1.3.2 and the error at line 2139: A cause of this error I encountered is the fact that the VS documentation file sourced via the Jquery website/google code is called jquery-1.3.2-vsdoc2.js and not jquery-1.3.2-vsdoc.js. Renaming it worked for me.
I renamed from vsdoc2 to vsdoc but didn't have any luck. I'm getting "Object doesn't support this property or method @ 18:9345" with or without the rename.
Please post a solution if you have one.
David; If it' any help, I found that I got that error only when using the -min version. If I use the uncompressed version (jquery-1.3.2.js), then the error does not occur (at least for me).
it's strange when I use jquery-1.3.2-vsdoc.js (not jquery-1.3.2.js) in my aspx file, everything works okie. Certainly I had written more one line at the top of vsdoc.js file: "/// <reference path="~/Scripts/jquery-1.3.2.js" />".
We don't want to use vsdoc.js in our aspx file as it is just for development reference. Anyone please tell me if this is right or wrong. Thanks & regards.
For those using the Jquery UI and having an error with the intellisense, I found a solution in the URL below.