~fitzsim/firefox-javascript-repl

075bd872810135b8a5f71bb00e1a1883026d6c6e — Thomas Fitzsimmons 10 months ago aaefd1f
Adjust commentary wording

* firefox-javascript-repl.el: Adjust commentary wording.
1 files changed, 9 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

M firefox-javascript-repl.el
M firefox-javascript-repl.el => firefox-javascript-repl.el +9 -8
@@ 21,16 21,17 @@

;;; Commentary:

;; REPL into a new Firefox instance's JavaScript engine.  This is
;; barebones and unstructured (the way a `comint' mode should be?)
;; meant for quick JavaScript experiments.  Paste each statement from
;; `example.js' into the REPL to try it out.
;; REPL into a new Firefox instance's JavaScript engine.  This
;; `comint' mode is barebones and unstructured, meant for quick
;; JavaScript experiments.  Paste each statement from `example.js'
;; into the REPL to try it out.

;; Use `dap-mode' and `lsp-mode' instead.
;; For projects you should probably use `dap-mode' and `lsp-mode'
;; instead.

;; Only Firefox and Firefox-derivative browsers will ever be supported
;; (unless someone sends a really convincing patch).  I will attempt
;; to promise to try to keep this working with at least the
;; (unless someone sends a really convincing patch).  I promise to
;; attempt to stive to keep this working with at least the
;; greenest-of-evergreen Firefox and Firefox ESR versions (see
;; Compatibility).  My sense is that the Firefox Debug Protocol is
;; less of a moving target than it used to be.  Emacs versions back to


@@ 57,7 58,7 @@

;; Closing Firefox will clean up some implementation buffers but will
;; leave the *firefox-javascript-debugger* buffer intact so you can
;; pull your experiments out and save them.  Killing
;; yank your experiments out to save them.  Killing
;; *firefox-javascript-debugger* will kill the Firefox process and
;; clean everything up.