[Rails-spinoffs] Re: Prototype 1.6.0.2 + Firefox 3 Enumerable problems

2008-03-25 Thread Andy Koch

I'm having the same problem, the enumerable methods are not working.

on WinXP

The issue occurrs on both FF3b4 and FF2.x, even after removing FF3b -
still occurrs on FF2 -

checked this on a Mac that's never had FF3b installed - and code works
as expected

going to try to remove and re-install FF2,  that didn't work - going
to have to remove and purge FF - what a pain

On Mar 25, 7:00 am, bowmanjd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I am using Prototype 1.6.0.2 on Firefox 3.0b4.

 The following does not work when I enter it in Firebug:

 $A([1,2,3,4]).each(function(n) {alert(n);});

 The above is just an example. Any array, using $A and any enumerable
 method, returns the following:

 TypeError: iterator.bind is not a function

 Seems like some objects are not being extended correctly?

 Using Prototype 1.5.0 on Firefox 3.0b4, this works fine.

 Any suggestions?

 Regards,
 Jonathan Bowman
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[Rails-spinoffs] Re: Prototype 1.6.0.2 + Firefox 3 Enumerable problems

2008-03-25 Thread Andy Koch

ok, that worked

on Winxp, removed FF (all versions)

then in Doc/Setting - App data - Mozilla - delete Firefox folder

course now I need to re-install all add-ons

wonder if maybe this is a firebug issue and not a firefox...

On Mar 25, 2:03 pm, Andy Koch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I'm having the same problem, the enumerable methods are not working.

 on WinXP

 The issue occurrs on both FF3b4 and FF2.x, even after removing FF3b -
 still occurrs on FF2 -

 checked this on a Mac that's never had FF3b installed - and code works
 as expected

 going to try to remove and re-install FF2,  that didn't work - going
 to have to remove and purge FF - what a pain

 On Mar 25, 7:00 am, bowmanjd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  I am using Prototype 1.6.0.2 on Firefox 3.0b4.

  The following does not work when I enter it in Firebug:

  $A([1,2,3,4]).each(function(n) {alert(n);});

  The above is just an example. Any array, using $A and any enumerable
  method, returns the following:

  TypeError: iterator.bind is not a function

  Seems like some objects are not being extended correctly?

  Using Prototype 1.5.0 on Firefox 3.0b4, this works fine.

  Any suggestions?

  Regards,
  Jonathan Bowman
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[Rails-spinoffs] Re: Prototype 1.6.0.2 + Firefox 3 Enumerable problems

2008-03-25 Thread Dan Dorman

On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 8:00 AM, bowmanjd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  $A([1,2,3,4]).each(function(n) {alert(n);});

Worked for me, but I haven't installed Firebug on my 3.0b4 yet.

:Dan

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[Rails-spinoffs] Re: Prototype 1.6.0.2 + Firefox 3 Enumerable problems

2008-03-25 Thread Andy Koch

OK,

I suspect this is probably a Firebug issue,  when running code in FF3
without any Firebug then there is no problem.

Run code in FF2 with Firebug, no problem.

Run code in FF3 with Firebug beta installed, big problems.

On Mar 25, 2:09 pm, Andy Koch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 ok, that worked

 on Winxp, removed FF (all versions)

 then in Doc/Setting - App data - Mozilla - delete Firefox folder

 course now I need to re-install all add-ons

 wonder if maybe this is a firebug issue and not a firefox...

 On Mar 25, 2:03 pm, Andy Koch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  I'm having the same problem, the enumerable methods are not working.

  on WinXP

  The issue occurrs on both FF3b4 and FF2.x, even after removing FF3b -
  still occurrs on FF2 -

  checked this on a Mac that's never had FF3b installed - and code works
  as expected

  going to try to remove and re-install FF2,  that didn't work - going
  to have to remove and purge FF - what a pain

  On Mar 25, 7:00 am, bowmanjd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

   I am using Prototype 1.6.0.2 on Firefox 3.0b4.

   The following does not work when I enter it in Firebug:

   $A([1,2,3,4]).each(function(n) {alert(n);});

   The above is just an example. Any array, using $A and any enumerable
   method, returns the following:

   TypeError: iterator.bind is not a function

   Seems like some objects are not being extended correctly?

   Using Prototype 1.5.0 on Firefox 3.0b4, this works fine.

   Any suggestions?

   Regards,
   Jonathan Bowman
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[Rails-spinoffs] Re: Prototype 1.6.0.2 + Firefox 3 Enumerable problems

2008-03-25 Thread Andy Koch

I think this is a Firebug issue, I had the firebug beta installed on
FF3

after purging and reinstalling I installed only the stable Firebug in
FF2,

when installing FF3 it states that Firebug is not compatible with FF3,
without the firebug beta installed then enumerable methods work as
expected

looks like I'll have to wait to develop on FF3 as I can't live without
Firebug

On Mar 25, 2:12 pm, Dan Dorman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 8:00 AM, bowmanjd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   $A([1,2,3,4]).each(function(n) {alert(n);});

 Worked for me, but I haven't installed Firebug on my 3.0b4 yet.

 :Dan
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