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From Brian>
Subject Re: One cordova.js to rule them all...
Date Fri, 12 Jul 2013 22:56:05 GMT
Yes, but it could all live in one file eh. Should be pretty slim w/o
all that other plugin junk. Think Gord might've done a prototype w/

On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:39 PM, Filip Maj <> wrote:
> The core webview <=> native bridge method (exec) will always be
> per-platform. Unless we move that method from cordova-js and into
> cordova-platform repositories, cordova-js will always need changes between
> platforms.
> On 7/12/13 3:30 PM, "Brian LeRoux" <> wrote:
>>Hey John, that is indeed the plan! First step was 'plugin breakout
>>release' aka PBR which we have mostly now achieved. The cordova.js
>>file is still generated for each platform but the surface for
>>differences is now isolated to individual plugin repos rather than in
>>the ball of mud that we sling into each platform build.
>>So, I think this should be an early priority in the 3.x series once
>>the dust from 3.0 settles and any bugs shake out.
>>(But thats just me. We need to figure out that consensus as a group.)
>>On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:19 PM, Wargo, John <> wrote:
>>> I heard a while back that there was an initiative around having a
>>>single cordova.js file (instead of the platform-specific versions we
>>>have today). Understanding that splitting the APIs out into separate
>>>plugins was the first step for this, is this something that will be
>>>happening soon? I thought perhaps it would be a 3.0 thing, but I imagine
>>>everyone's been so busy with the plugins.
>>> Is this something in the plan?  If so, when do you see this happening?
>>> John M. Wargo
>>> Twitter: @johnwargo

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