On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 11:14 AM, Jamey Wood <jamey.w...
> Thanks, Kevin.
> The reason I did that is that I'm not clear on how functional and
> production-ready ES5 mode really is. When will it no longer be label as
ES5 mode is very functional and we're continuing to mark it as experimental
till we've closed a few more semantic differences between ES5/3 and ES5
modes that allows legacy code to work more similarly on browsers that run
ES5 mode vs browsers that only support ES5/3. Our plan is to turn off the
experimental flag before the end of year.
> references? When I change the little test case to use jquery (per the
> attached files), it stops working in Safari 6. Is that expected at this
Your container code is explicitly forbidding the loading of external
resources. Specifically the second argument to caja.load() is a callback
that specifies what URLs you want to allow -- see
If that was just an error in copy and paste, what error message do you get
when you run the code on Safari?