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JQueryPlugin not loading dependency js files


On my system running an apache Apache 2 server I've had problems getting JQueryPlugin to read depencies such as strikeone.js.

I can get around this by creating a jquery-1.x.x.js file which has all the depencies ( eg strikeone.js ) injected into the top of it but

I'd like to know whether there's something I can do which will allow things like strikeone.js to be read directly. Without using

my modified version of the jquery javascript code I get 'StrikeOne not defined' errors. Is this a know problem with some server

installations? If so is there a way around it via a change of server config? I've tried running with support for zipped js files

and without it but in both cases I get the same problem.


-- NeilMcKett - 12:31:10

What version of Foswiki are you using? And JQueryPlugin?

-- GeorgeClark - 16 Feb 2012

Foswiki 1.1.4; JQueryPlugin 1.7.1. Foswiki is 'out of the box' with no changes made to the source.

-- NeilMcKett - 17 Feb 2012

Would be intersted to hear from admins who are able to use Foswiki 1.1.4, JQueryPlugin and eg EditChapterPlugin. Would like to understand how

the javascript that is not loaded on my system is referenced.


-- NeilMcKett - 24 Feb 2012


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Subject Using an extension
Extension JQueryPlugin
Status Asked
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Topic revision: r5 - 29 Feb 2012, NeilMcKett - This page was cached on 16 Jan 2020 - 15:19.

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