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HowTo: Choose the right version(s) of jQUery for VS2010 Pro

Posted on 2010-08-12
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Greetings

I've noted that the default web site for VS 2010 has a Script file which inludes:

1. jquery-1.3.2-vsdoc.js
2. jquery-1.3.2.js
3. jquery-1.3.2-min.js

However, on the jquery website the CURRENT version of jquery is version 1.4.2

Question: Do they all HAVE TO match?

1. Do I use version 1.3.2 as stated above?
2. Can I mix & match using the latest jQuery build (1.4.2) and still use jQuery-1.3.2-vsdoc.js
3. What is the purpose of the vsdocs file anyway? Intellisense?

please advise
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Hmm, I thought VS2010 was delivered using 1.4.1. In any case, switch over to 1.4.2 which is current. 1.4.2 does not have an official vsdoc but you can get it here based on this StackOverflow post. You could use 1.4.1 if you don't want to do that. You could stick with 1.3.2 if youdon't want to change, but I recommend using the latest and greatest.
1.3.2 vsdoc will not work with 1.4 jQuery.
The vsdoc files are used for intellisense within Visual Studio.
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Are you using any of the "unofficial vsdocs"? If so, any problems? if not, why not.
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No. I actually did not know about their existance until today. However, I will use it. It is only a minor change to the 1.4.1 vsdoc.
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