The 0.8.0 release is a formal release of the code, and it includes built versions of jQuery 1.4.2 with RequireJS already integrated.
I also updated my jQuery fork to include the latest changes -- jQuery's page load callbacks will not fire unless all scripts loaded with RequireJS have also finished loading.
I plan to do integrations with other browser toolkits, MooTools and Prototype being next on my list. I also hope the jQuery community will want to pull the changes I have in my jQuery fork into their master at some point.
If you are a team member for one of these toolkits, please let me know what I can do in RequireJS to provide the best code loading and module format for browser-based toolkits. It would be great if we can reach consensus on code loading. I am happy to make changes in RequireJS if it moves us all closer to that.
Some other notes about the release:
- RequireJS 0.8.0 can run in Rhino, but its main design target is the browser.