[OpenLayers-Dev] Re: Why "firebugx.js" is in "OpenLayers.js"
Xavier Mamano (jorix)
xavier.mamano at gmail.com
Sun Apr 8 05:56:52 EDT 2012
Ok, "tests.cfg" has the advantage of showing the ability to
internationalize. IMHO would be desirable to remove Firebug also from
NOTE: I think Firebug/firebug.js and Firebug/firebugx.js are obsolete, more
than four years without changes (other than add a semicolon and a closure)
And *Firebug/readme.txt* says "When this issue is resolved, Firebug Lite can
be used directly - no further modifications are needed for OpenLayers" so...
> I don't know why console.log does not work, it's a pity.
This is because "console.firebug" is undefined (on FF+Firebug, IE9 and
Chrome consoles) , therefore "firebugx.js" (it is exported after
"firebug.js") converts all functions of the console to void functions.
> On Sat, Apr 7, 2012 at 12:50 PM, Xavier Mamano (jorix)
> <xavier.mamano@> wrote:
>> I saw that "console" does not work after load
>> Searching "!window.console" in the compressed code can see that
>> "Firebug/firebug.js" and "Firebug/firebugx.js" are included, oops!
>> Why? ("Firebug" is properly excluded from "full.cfg")
> I don't why console.log does not work, it's a pity.
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