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How to Upgrade newer version of Jquery

 
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Hi,

I have used JQuery 1.2.1 in my application and want to know how do I upgrade to newer version in future?

I thought of an option to include the js file as jquery.js (instead of jquery-1.2.1.js) and for upgrade just copy paste the new version context in same file.

Any one see any problem with this approach or has better solution ?

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It normally depends on what the release notes say with most libraries. Most of the time the newer versions do not break anything.

I normally rename to the library file names to not include the versions so it is easier to update.

Eric
 
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cool thats what i also did. thanks much Eric
 
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I, on the other hand, leave the version number intact. That way, I always know what I'm dealing with. Any editor worth its salt allows you to change every reference in a project in a matter of seconds when updating.

Either approach is fine. Which approach works best for you, is for you to decide.
 
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