JQuery :: Validate - Validation Plugin 1.5.5 Error In IE6
Jun 29, 2009
The jquery.validate.pack.js file found on [url] causes an error when run in IE6. I re-ran the packing process with the perl port of Dean Edwards' Packer found here [url] and the problem no longer persists.
Here is the command I ran on cygwin:
These are the safest settings I've found with jsPacker.pl. The packed file lost 2kb (.1kb gzipped) of savings, but it works now!
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regular expression which could tests that myFile is made only of alphanumeric characters ?
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