[dojo-contributors] Re: Bootstrap Bloat documentation

Bill Keese bill at dojotoolkit.org
Sun Apr 9 02:23:31 EDT 2006


>> I'm happy to do the changes since I'm looking at other changes for the
>> package loading code (for cross domain and multiple dojo version

Sounds great James.

 > If there is no feedback by Tuesday, then I will proceed with the
 > surgery. If you want it done sooner (or if you want to do the work),

I assume that (for example) if you remove dj_debug than you will change 
the existing SVN code to call dojo.debug?

James Burke wrote:
> I'm done documenting:
> 
> http://dojo.jot.com/WikiHome/BootstrapBloat
> 
> On Paul's suggestion, I also included hostenv_browser.js. I didn't do
> the other hostenv_*.js files, since I'm not too sure how many are
> actually used, and I don't think we are as concerned with bloat in
> those files for those environments.
> 
> I also looked at dojo.js. I found a duplicated code block with
> hostenv_browser.js, but I mention that in the hostenv_browser.js
> notes.
> 
> Next steps:
> - Please comment, particularly for the items marked for deletion or
> move,  or where there is a question mark. If you answer the question,
> remove the question mark. Comment directly on the wiki if possible, or
> on this email thread if you don't have wiki access.
> - If this sounds good, then we proceed with the deletes/moves
> specified in the document, and then move the functions that only apply
> to package loading (PL) to a new file. This new file then could be
> optionally used if wanting full package support.
> 
> I'm happy to do the changes since I'm looking at other changes for the
> package loading code (for cross domain and multiple dojo version
> support). However, if one of the more senior developers want to do the
> work, I'm all for that too -- please have at it. :) I would just want
> to have it done this week so I can proceed with the other package
> loading changes.
> 
> If there is no feedback by Tuesday, then I will proceed with the
> surgery. If you want it done sooner (or if you want to do the work),
> then be sure to comment early.
> 
> James
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Bill



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