Is anyone else having problems with jsFiddle.net ?

When clicking button "run" nothing happens, firefox error log says: this.editor.getCode is not a function.
On "jsHint" (what's up with that, wasn't that jsLint last week and before?) I get: Layout.editors.js.editor.getCode is not a function.
Save button, same story.
Opening my saved projects gives (preview) output, but no visible html/css/javascript code.

Also, in html edit-field, closing-tags suddenly red (but not the < character)?
Documentation of js-fiddle also gives no clue.
Last saturday/sunday everything was still working 'normally'.

Does anyone know more? (their latest blog-entry is from 29 june 2012 and their irc chat #jsfiddle on freenode is completely silent for the last four hours)

I did however (on the twitter-feed placed on their blog) see other some others with sudden problems in the last 12 hours.

  • @ChrisF: at the time of asking, I clearly wasn't the only one with this exact problem. Googling 'getCode is not a function' places this question in the top-results (helping others). But my main reason for posting this comment with good intentions to you is: 'webaps' change! Thus the majority of answers and questions on this site are valid only in a 'specific moment in time'. Secondly: 'applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet' equals what? google,twitter,facebook only? this subsection on steckexchange is (at the moment) clearly called 'webapps'/webapplications..
    – user31445
    Commented Jan 8, 2013 at 2:15
  • I was reacting to flags on the question - and took a judgement that as the problem had a definite cause which has now been resolved it won't happen again. I'm happy to reopen the question this time, but if it gains more flags/close votes I can't make the same promise for other moderators.
    – ChrisF
    Commented Jan 8, 2013 at 8:59

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Please clear your cache, we've updated some static files.

  • That works, now there is also line-numbering! PS, thank you for the very nice chat on irc!!!
    – user31445
    Commented Jan 7, 2013 at 7:02

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