TAC109 wrote: ↑
16 Oct 2019, 21:14
In the index.js, some of the entries have 1 or 2 extra fields, e.g. '6,"SSSSESSS"'. Are these fields documented anywhere?
They're for the syntax highlighter, which I think @Ragnar
wrote. I just refer to an existing entry to determine the number. The last string seems to be of arg types, String/Expression/Outputvar, the same as in my Lua-based highlighter
. For directives that only appear in comments, I suppose they are not relevant.
In the .htm files, under <head> there are entries <title> <meta name=... content=...> . Are the name and content important? Where are they used?
The names have specific meaning to browsers/bots. See <meta> | MDN
for "description" and "http-equiv". "X-UA-Compatible
" is used to override the default IE7 document mode used by the WebBrowser control/CHM.