May 30th, 2013
A new release already? It’s only been a week! Yes, because you deserve it. We’re greatly encouraged by all the people who upgraded and found our well-hidden “we completely hosed relative animations” easter egg. This release restores
+= animations and friends to their former glory, plus it fixes a few smaller bugs that were reported. Since the bug affected both the 1.x and 2.x branches, we’re doing new releases for both.
As always, you can get the latest files from the jQuery download page, including sourcemap files and links to helpful tools such as jQuery Migrate. Thank you Tom Byrer for pointing out that the sourcemap files weren’t listed on the download page, and also for contacting the CDNJS folks to have them host the sourcemap files.
Many thanks to jQuery team members Corey Frang, Oleg Gaidarenko, and Richard Gibson for quickly jumping on these issues and creating unit tests to prevent future regressions. This ensures we never make the same mistake twice, but instead deliver fresh and unique bugs with each release. If you find any of those, please report them with a test case (preferably using jsFiddle) at our bug tracker.
I hope that we’ll see many of you at the jQuery Conference Portland, coming up just two weeks from now!
jQuery 1.10.1 and 2.0.2 Changelog
- #13937: finish() only finishes last item of a set being .animate()d.
- #13939: 1.10.0 breaks relative animation