I run into this thread looking for info about Extendables (precisely their Socket implementation) - so it's not anymore maintained, which I suspected looking at the last commit date for most of the files.
Thanks in advance for any update on the subject,
Regarding to socket implementation, the simple yet powerful getUrl script from our friends at rorohiko is pretty cool
how are you doing :-) I did look at Kris code (which is pretty cool indeed!), but I'm currently toying with POST, so extendables seemed to fit better.
FYI, I don't like how the original author doesn't offer an issue tracker (or since removed it). I set one up in my fork to track issues I've observed or heard about regarding Extendables (the original implementation at least, not sure what changes if any the other forks have). It also tracks fixes and enhancements I made and plan to make at some point, although some changes currently are in a branch not the master branch/repo.
It can be useful to see reference on issues found with Extendables. Feel free to add to it for other issues you find with Extendables, even though I may not try to fix them, still useful to reference for everybody.
As a slightly offtopic side note,
is anyone aware of the proper way to minify/pack the whole library in a single file?
I've tried running the Python script but it keeps failing - I've looked in the doc to no avail.