Changes for version 0.34
- ! Firefox 16 now seems to treat String concatenation with the "+" operator in a bad way: "\u30BD\u30FC\u30B7\u30E3\u30EB\u30FB\u30CD\u30C3"
- "\u30C8\u30EF\u30FC\u30AD\u30F3\u30B0 \u30B5\u30FC"
- results in NaN , which means that something in there gets interpreted as number. This is different from previous Firefox versions. The change is only in the tests - they now use Array.join("") for string concatenation.
AnyEvent-enabled MozRepl client
use a 7bit safe json2.js for MozRepl/JS serialization
Perl methods for mozrepl objects