jQuery hashchange event 1.3pre beta test


If anyone is interested in trying out the latest version of the jQuery hashchange event plugin, I’d love to hear any feedback or bug reports.

New in this version are document.domain and document.title support for IE6/7, some Blackberry fixes, and an IE6/7-specific code reorganization which makes it easier for mobile-only developers to strip out that stuff (since they don’t need it).

Either way, jQuery hashchange event 1.3pre is available at the GitHub project page right now, and the only thing I’m waiting on before releasing it at this point is a bit more testing. Once it’s done, I’ll release it as 1.3 and integrate it into a new version of jQuery BBQ.

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