May 9th, 2013
They say there are no second acts in software … well, there are always second acts in software. Especially when the first act bombs. With that in mind, version 1.2.1 of the jQuery Migrate plugin has arrived. It can be used with either jQuery 1.9 or jQuery 2.0.
This minor update addresses regressions created by the security fix in the 1.2.0 release that rejected some valid HTML strings. Many thanks to GitHub users gerrod, basc, Leonya, krzyko, and lorddefinitia for reporting these issues.
You can find this latest version of the jQuery Migrate plugin on jQuery’s CDN:
The uncompressed development version provides compatibility and also generates console warning messages that help you find and fix migration issues.
The minified version makes jQuery 1.9/2.0 compatible as possible with older versions, so you can run code in production without warning messages.
Complete instructions and a complete list of the diagnostics given by the plugin are located in the plugin project’s README file.
A full list of all changes are in the issue tracker.