Why html5-shiv.js and respond.js is not provided via assets system?
This might be helpful.
"FYI: we will be moving html5-shiv and respond.js from out of header_required.php and into Elemental in 5.7.4. This means that third party themes will have to start including it in their headers as well. Just a heads up to keep your theme updated so that they don't break when 5.7.4 is installed."
Just wondering if there should be some kind of prompt or message for people when downloading 5.7.4 to update their marketplace themes?
At the moment, if we develop a theme for the marketplace and put html5-shiv.js and respond.js in our theme header, the js files will be duplicated. So I am assuming the idea is that we hold off adding those js files into our themes until 5.7.4 is available.
I am imagining the situation where a user updates their concrete5 core to 5.7.4, but not their marketplace theme, and then find problems with their site and wonders why :)
Just my two cents.
It's kind of like driving. You own the responsibility of maintaining your car, whether you do it, or a mechanic does it.
I know that people should update their themes, but sometimes people don't as they may not think there is any special need to do so. Just thought a prompt could be helpful in this case....
You can see the page_theme.php change too!