Trying out the RC2 and ran into some trouble with existing code
working with the new version of prototype.

Old code: $A('one', 'two', 'three')

This no longer works and requires either to wrap the arguments in
square brackets or use the $w() method. This change doesn't seem to be
documented, but on an existing (large) project, the impact is quite
large. Not on the scale of the Hash change in 1.6.0, but still, big
enough to give pause.

Is it safe to just go ahead and start updating our code to use the new
syntax or was this issue introduced inadvertently? Here's the
changeset that introduced the issue:
http://github.com/sstephenson/prototype/commit/1a375daea249ee6a42a1ddbb288baded8953c74f

-justin
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