Daniel Friesen wrote:
> sajax is an ancient ajax library, it's part of our legacy code. And it
> still gets to sneak a license note into our README.
> It's probably about time that we start making sure that code is ready for
> the day it disappears. Just as code shouldn't be relying on bits and
> pieces of wikibits.
> Currently the only parts of core that depend on sajax are the legacy
> mwsuggest and upload.js.
> mwsuggest is going to disappear when Krinkle's work making simplesearch's
> suggestions work universally is finished.
> I'm not sure what's going on with upload.js.
> The real problem however is extensions. For some reason it appears that we
> STILL have extensions depending on sajax. And I'm not talking about
> ancient extensions on the wiki or in svn. I only did an ack through stuff
> that's currently in git.

Can you please file a tracking bug for removing sajax?


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