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[Bug 11402] One problem of todays JavaScript libraries is, that the client has to download the same library over and over again, while visiting multiple sites. One could use services like Google Libraries API for a central location, but that introduces new points of

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--- Comment #6 from Johannes Barre <igel@igels.net> 2010-11-30 17:45:12 UTC ---
You are right, but the error is now easier to track, because the library will
not be used, if you haven't cached it already and the hash doesn't match the
file. Empty ones cache is a very common debugging procedure for web developers,
so it's more likely now to hit the problem.

src and hash now have almost the same effect. If you forget to update your src
attribute, if upload a new version of a library on the server under a different
url, you will hit almost the same problem.

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