[pLog-svn] r2480 - in plog/trunk/js: . ie7 ie7/src
markplace at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 17:38:17 GMT 2005
If the size is only limit to 50KB, then I think should be okay. Because I
just take a look at the revision 2480, the size of the mail is about 1MB in
outlook, that's why I suggest we remove it, or it will increase the size of
Personally, I don't like to use the IE7 javscript library, because the
performance is bad (According my bad experience in old version. Maybe it get
better now) :P
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:plog-svn-bounces at devel.plogworld.net] On Behalf Of Jon Daley
> Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2005 1:36 AM
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> Subject: Re: [pLog-svn] r2480 - in plog/trunk/js: . ie7 ie7/src
> If you could not remove the whole directory when you
> upgrade, that would be better. Something about the way it
> was done last time confused subversion.
> Perhaps just remove the files instead of the whole ie7
> On Mon, 19 Sep 2005, Reto Hugi wrote:
> > On 19.09.2005 05:22, Mark Wu wrote:
> >> Do we need to include src in core release? I remember only 1 or 2
> >> templates need this. I suggest we move the ie7 module to template
> >> itself, or the core of pLog will get bigger and bigger.
> > In the meantime IE7 0.9 is out, which doesn't need the src folder
> > anymore. I will take care of upgrading it in the trunk (well, it's
> > actually remove and add).
> > IE7 get's smaller and smaller with every release. Version
> 0.9 is less
> > than 50kb zipped. I think it's ok to ship IE7 with plog considering
> > the size of a plog package of 2.6mb. (Even more since we
> are providing
> > "upgrade" packages...)
> > If IE7 would be packed with the templates that need it, this could
> > result in a rather big overhead for plog hosters that allow
> the upload
> > of custom templates for their users.
> > The main reason, why IE7 is already packed with plog is because we
> > would like to encourage the development of standards compliant
> > templates. We have template guidelines in our wiki stating that
> > templates should at least be xhtml compliant - even better xhtml
> > strict. Asking this, strong usage of CSS is automatically implied.
> > Thanks to IE7 developers don't need to write bad hacks vor
> IE and can
> > still use CSS2/3 in their templates. (i.e.
> max-width/min-width *just
> > work* in IE if you include IE7)
> > BTW: IE7 is linked on the front page of the wiki. Any
> corrections (bad
> > english) are appreciated.
> > http://wiki.plogworld.net/index.php/IE7
> > reto
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