[phpMyAdmin Developers] Deprecation notices from jQuery

Michal Čihař michal at cihar.com
Fri Jan 20 16:36:02 CET 2017


Isaac Bennetch píše v Pá 20. 01. 2017 v 10:19 -0500:
> I was looking at some of the deprecation notices we're getting from
> jQuery after #12447 [1], and, while we can fix a lot of them
> ourselves, some seem to be in libraries we're using.
> After a quick grep of the code, I see jqplot, several jquery files,
> and openlayers seem to be affected.
> One of the deprecated functions is bind(). We're using jquery-migrate
> right now, so how much of a concern are these issues? I suppose we
> should fix the deprecated uses in our code, but should we worry about
> the libraries? Is this something I should look at before 4.7 or
> should
> we target 4.8 for these fixes, since nothing is technically broken
> right now?

I'd not care about deprecation notices for 4.7 (we can disable them in
QA_4_7 later). However there might be some other breakages with jQuery
3.0 which will force us to downgrade back to 2.x.

	Michal Čihař | https://cihar.com/ | https://weblate.org/
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