A more permanent solution:


That way you set it once, it's served from Google's system, Gzip'd (so
it's smaller), and you can specify version numbers ex:
google.load("prototype", "1.6"); will load the most recent updates to
prototype up to but not including 1.7 (current is as you

I've been using this on our developed sites with good results.


On Nov 9, 3:59 am, Ev Shafrir <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> A Basic version synch question:
> I'm a first timer and want to start with a properly matched  Prototype
> & script.aculo.us:
> So...
> -- I downloaded 'scriptaculous-js-1.8.1'  (today Nov. 8)
> -- Inside its 'lib' folder I found 'prototype.js'  with version:
> (first line in file)
>    /*  Prototype JavaScript framework, version
> -- Then I downlaoded the latest 'prototype-' file (today
> Nov. 8)
> Question is: can I replace the with the ?
> What is the 'synch rule' between Prototype & script.aculo.us ?
> Thanks you for illuminating,
> Ev Shafrir
> Rainy Califonia

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