~fitzsim/firefox-javascript-repl

1e0638d4115b00c0fe4abc399a2f73a3363f5ef6 — Thomas Fitzsimmons 10 months ago c35e324
Mention throwaway profile in commentary

* firefox-javascript-repl.el: Mention throwaway profile in
commentary.
1 files changed, 12 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

M firefox-javascript-repl.el
M firefox-javascript-repl.el => firefox-javascript-repl.el +12 -4
@@ 21,10 21,18 @@

;;; Commentary:

;; 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.
;; REPL into a new Firefox instance's JavaScript engine.  A new
;; throwaway Firefox profile directory is created before each run, so
;; you won't need to modify your existing profiles.  This mode takes
;; care of starting the new Firefox process in debugging mode, which
;; may be tedious to do by hand.

;; This `comint' mode is barebones and unstructured, meant for quick
;; JavaScript experiments.  On newer versions of Emacs with
;; `comint-indirect-buffer' support, syntax highlighting happens on
;; the current statement.

;; Paste each statement from `example.js' into the REPL to try it out.

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