share|improve this answer answered Feb 11 at 21:11 Lyudmyla 513 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I only get this error when running tests on Mobile Safari 6.0.0 (iOS has not been loaded yet for context: ...§ 4 Invalid require call§ 5 No define call for ...§ 6 Script error§ 7 No matching script interactive for ...§ 8 Path is If that call failed for some reason, this error is generated. After researching it, I learned that the scope of the dependencies that are passed in is limited to the functions defined in the AMD module. weblink
I've checked the file paths as well as for syntax errors a dozen times. –Chad Johnson Apr 29 '13 at 17:55 | show 1 more comment up vote 30 down vote The RequireJS docs don't mention that circular dependencies can cause the "Load timeout" error, but I've now observed it for two different circular dependencies. According to the console log in the browser: jquery.jscrollpane.min.js:8 Uncaught ReferenceError: jQuery is not defined the source „jquery.jscrollpane.min.js“ begins with: ............................... If there is no script error in the browser's error console, and if you are using Firebug, try loading the page in another browser like Chrome or Safari. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14279962/require-js-error-load-timeout-for-modules-backbone-jquerymobile
I also tried the waitSeconds: 200 options inside the require.config without any success. The answer here addresses what was presented in the question. What object can prove the equations? There are some good tools for minification like r.js or webpack.
Better isolation of the error can be done by using a debugger to place a breakpoint in the file that contains the error. The path configuration for a module is incorrect. think I have to trample on your nerves one more time... Requirejs Script Error For Jquery Actually, you can change your require call to: require(['app/init']); You don't need to refer to jQuery and Underscore there.
That makes sense.
I will keep on it.