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Greetings from snowy New England. I’m readying SPServices v0.6.0 for release, and I need some folks who are willing to do some testing on real world usage. As I’ve mentioned in other places, one of my goals for this release is to pass most JSLint tests. The reason for this is to ensure that my code is strong and “socially acceptable”. In other words, to increase its trustworthiness.
It looks like Dennis has upgraded JSLint as of January 6, 2011. That throws a bit of a monkey wrench into my testing, as it now throws more warnings than that I was seeing before! That said, they all look manageable and I’d still like to get some real world testing going soon.
If you’d like to join the testing brigade for v0.6.0, please add a comment below and let me know a little bit about how you use SPServices and what your testing is likely to stress. I expect that the usual suspects will show up, which is great, but I’s also love to have some new eyes on things if possible. If you’re interested, don’t jump on it yet. As I mentioned, there are still some tweaks I’m making.
Thanks to everyone who uses SPServices and helps by contributing code and bug fixes!