I have updated it with a version that reduces some overhead by using
closures, thanx kangax.

Yes Prototype would use Prototype.exec() instead of eval inside the
ajax methods.

I don't think this form of code execution is allowed by Adobe AIR
either (I think they block script insertions, don't hold me to that
I think AIR does allow eval in some cases I believe for things like
json .

The only place that needs an extension to work for AIR is in the
Selector class.
Since a lot of the code is based off of Ext's selector class the ext-
air-adaptor js might be useful in
creating a prototype-air-adaptor companion js.


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