JSMin is the minifier that jQuery uses (the port to JavaScript by
Franck Marcia). In SVN:

On Feb 8, 11:17 am, "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Collin,
> Thanks for the link, PHP Speedy looks interesting.  I could
> potentially use it in a few hobby site scenarios, though I should
> state that this particular case involves ColdFusion as the server side
> scripting environment running on Windows with an IIS6 web server.
> These are far from ideal conditions IMO, but it's what I've got to
> work with!
> I've been using YUI Compressor to do some testing and it appears to
> strip trailing semicolons from .js files.  Checking jQuery minified
> and various plugins minified, I found that there are in fact trailing
> semicolons in those scripts.  They Yahoo minified scripts I'm using
> work fine when loaded on their own, but I've not yet tried to
> concatenate them all.  I'll try that next to see the outcome.
> Anyone else have a line into the "official" minifier used for jQuery?
> Thanks,
> haylo
> On Feb 7, 3:36 pm, Collin Allen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > This isn't the official tool (I'm not sure what is, maybe jsmin?), but
> > you might find it helpful/inspiring:
> >http://aciddrop.com/php-speedy/
> > On Feb 7, 12:44 pm, "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > > I've been testing out various minifying strategies, such as Dean
> > > Edwards' packer, YUI Compressor, jsmin, etc.  My goal is to
> > > concatenate all my required .js files and thenminifythem en masse.
> > > I've read of concerns about trailing semicolons, etc. and am curious
> > > what tool is used tominifythe official jQuery distribution.  Please
> > > post if you have knowledge!
> > > Thanks,
> > > haylo

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