Packer uses an
eval statement when it initializes.
Another reason is the fact that Packer removes semicolons more than YUI. YUI actually adds them when it feels they are needed. The filesize might be a little bigger, but a two thousandth of the total size of the compressed code is nothing to worry about when it doubles the loading speed.
VKitty 6.0’s directory structure is (in my opinion) infinately better than the previous versions:
In the previous version, everything was in the root directory except the forums, client-side scripts, and images.
In the earliest known version, there were almost 1000 files, most of them redundant and everything except admin files in the root.
VKitty 6 brings a whole new idea to the directory structure:
The data directory has cat vectors and badges, and there’s an includes directory that has ajax, template, and filter files (each type in its own directory). Of course, there’s also the forums, with its own directory scheme. However, I did not create it, so I won’t be telling you about it here.
In other news,
You can now adopt cats and kittens from the humane society. If you don’t have a free ticket, it will cost you 5000CC. I have given everyone the newbie kit, with the exception of the free ticket, which was only given to those who do not already have a cat or kitten on the current version of VKitty.