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I have some javascript that goes out and fetches a javascript class on another xhtml page. The remote javascript looks something like the following:



    (function() {
this.init = function() {
jQuery(#__BALLOONS__tabs).tabs();
};
})


After this is fetched into this.javascript, I try to eval it and instantiate:



   this.javascript = eval(( + this.javascript + ));
this.javascript = new this.javascript();
this.javascript.init();


Of course, this works perfectly in all browsers except IE. In IE, it fails at the eval line. Does anyone have suggestions on how I can make this work in IE or an alternative.



Thanks, Pete


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Have you tried:



eval(this.javascript = ( + this.javascript + ));


...?


[#99232] Tuesday, June 23, 2009, 15 Years  [reply] [flag answer]
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