by scott on 03/25/2005 at 1:33:51 PM UTC I get "SyntaxError - Parse error Line 1". The second way has the advantage that you can use the Inner function elsewhere - for calling independently, or for other properties. For what it's worth, here's my method pulled from DP_DateExtensions - I think it'll do the trick for you: // parseIso8601 // Attempts to convert ISO8601 input to a date Date.parseIso8601 Can anyone help me out here? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2870409/syntaxerror-parse-error-only-happens-in-safari
What if you clear your cache first? comment:5 Changed 5 years ago by rwaldron I'm currently using jQuery 1.6.2 (compressed) in a client project (mobile web app) with no issues on iOS Mobile Safari comment:6 Changed 5 years Safari seems to have a few cases where it throws up this utterly useless error message. https://bugs.jquery.com/ticket/9969 Programming errors - bugs - and other errors that should never happen Create Collections Add search results to the collections by just clicking on bookmark icon.
Therefore, if you need to assign a function to a value, make it anonymous. https://www.petefreitag.com/item/230.cfm That works too, Adrian. The URL is resolved by the client, which doesn't know about the application. Go to page 83 and look at the definition of FunctionExpression, noting that the Identifier part (the function name) has an "opt" subscript.
It's not standard but I've seen a lot of implementations that use it that way (and my component allows it). his comment is here Recalll is crowed sourced knowledge vault, where community can create, curate and access qualitative knowledge, In form of small and precise topics. It doesn't matter that it's a function. If you're defining a method then drop it.
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This is because you used a number of words I understand only partially, or not at all: constructor, for one. Regards, Michael http://news.buzzyventure.com/0000/michael_bolton.htm by David on 11/14/2008 at 12:11:24 PM UTC To view the error console for Safari on a Mac, go into the Terminal application and issue this command (write This is about as plain vanilla as a date gets. navigate here Unfortunately the "*/*" string literal messes the semi-minification up, hence the parsing error.