Elgg  Version 2.2
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ui.widgets.js File Reference

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 require (['elgg', 'elgg/widgets'], function(elgg, widgets){elgg.provide('elgg.ui.widgets');elgg.ui.widgets={_notice:function(){elgg.deprecated_notice('Don\'t use elgg.ui.widgets directly.Use the AMD elgg/widgets module', '2.1');}, init:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.init.apply(this, arguments);}, add:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.add.apply(this, arguments);}, move:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.move.apply(this, arguments);}, remove:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.remove.apply(this, arguments);}, collapseToggle:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.collapseToggle.apply(this, arguments);}, setMinHeight:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.setMinHeight.apply(this, arguments);}};elgg.register_hook_handler('init', 'system', widgets.init);})
 Even thought this looks like an async require call, it in fact does not issue an async call to load elgg/widgets, which is inlined in elgg.js. More...
 

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require ( function(elgg, widgets){elgg.provide('elgg.ui.widgets');elgg.ui.widgets={_notice:function(){elgg.deprecated_notice('Don\'t use elgg.ui.widgets directly.Use the AMD elgg/widgets module', '2.1');}, init:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.init.apply(this, arguments);}, add:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.add.apply(this, arguments);}, move:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.move.apply(this, arguments);}, remove:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.remove.apply(this, arguments);}, collapseToggle:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.collapseToggle.apply(this, arguments);}, setMinHeight:function(){elgg.ui.widgets._notice();return widgets.setMinHeight.apply(this, arguments);}};elgg.register_hook_handler('init', 'system', widgets.init);}  )

Even thought this looks like an async require call, it in fact does not issue an async call to load elgg/widgets, which is inlined in elgg.js.

This makes sure elgg.ui.widgets methods are available for plugins to use, once elgg module is loaded.