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How do I create an event handler for jQuery Migrate warnings?

Posted on 2014-10-28
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Hi jQuery experts!

I'd like to wire up error logging for when jQuery Migrate warnings come up. Is it possible to handle this event? If so, can you provide a basic example of how to create this event handler?

Thanks!
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check here : https://github.com/jquery/jquery-migrate/blob/master/src/migrate.js
see line 32:
console.warn( "JQMIGRATE: " + msg );

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just add the following line after/before :
$(document).trigger("migrateWarn", [msg]);

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and in your code, to be notified :
$(document).on("migrateWarn", function( event, arg1) { // http://api.jquery.com/on/ since jQuery 1.7
     alert("got it : " + arg1);
});

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more infos :
http://learn.jquery.com/events/introduction-to-custom-events/
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Thank you so much for your very clear example as to how to accomplish this! It works great!
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