Re: Bug in new libjs-jquery package from last week

2019-05-15 Thread Emilio Pozuelo Monfort
Hi, On 14/05/2019 17:03, Brian May wrote: > Emilio Pozuelo Monfort writes: > >> It looks like the recent jquery update introduced a regression on the >> minified >> file. I see that you change how the minified file is built, which is likely >> to >> be related. Can you take a look? Also see

Re: Bug in new libjs-jquery package from last week

2019-05-14 Thread Brian May
Emilio Pozuelo Monfort writes: > It looks like the recent jquery update introduced a regression on the minified > file. I see that you change how the minified file is built, which is likely to > be related. Can you take a look? Also see the recently filed bug #928827. Thanks for raising my

Re: Bug in new libjs-jquery package from last week

2019-05-14 Thread Emilio Pozuelo Monfort
Hi Brian, It looks like the recent jquery update introduced a regression on the minified file. I see that you change how the minified file is built, which is likely to be related. Can you take a look? Also see the recently filed bug #928827. Thanks, Emilio On 10/05/2019 16:00, Keith Erekson

Bug in new libjs-jquery package from last week

2019-05-10 Thread Keith Erekson
I believe the update to libjs-jquery, released last week, contains a malformed jquery.min.js file. On a (legacy) system with multiple web apps that make use of /usr/share/javascript/jquery/jquery.min.js via symlink (specifically, icinga and pnp4nagios), web browsers throw a syntax error: