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Reports window error event. Better log messages. Global eval

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@@ -17,16 +17,17 @@ asynchronous messages to the server. The `jecho.log()` obviously resembles the c
Features
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-- supports bidirectional communication, thanks to WebSockets. The support is provided for the legacy and current WebSocket specifications (tested on iOS 4, 5, 6 and some versions of Android).
-- if for some reasons WebSockets are not supported, then you can still use the `jecho.log()` thanks to XMLHttpRequest and CORS. In this case you'll not be able to send commands to the browser, but just receive the output from jecho.log.
+- supports bidirectional communication, thanks to WebSockets. The support is provided for the legacy and current WebSocket specifications (tested on iOS 4, 5, 6 and some versions of Android)
+- if for some reasons WebSockets are not supported, then you can still use the `jecho.log()` thanks to XMLHttpRequest and CORS. In this case you'll not be able to send commands to the browser, but just receive the output from jecho.log
- command line handled by readline with history (saved in ~/.jecho-history)
-- uses smart eval() - meaning that "var foobar" will create a real, global foobar
-- automatically catches and report JavaScript errors (not using window.onerror, so joy with Firefox)
+- uses smart eval() - meaning that "var foobar = 67" will create a real, global foobar
+- automatically catches and reports JavaScript errors (not using window.onerror, so no joy with Firefox)
Output
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-Each output line is composed by four elements: a timestamp, the IP address of the client, and indicator and the message
+Each output line is composed by four elements: a timestamp, the IP address of the client, an indicator and the message.
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The indicator element is a symbol with the following meanings:
- `>>` a log message has been received from the client (unattended)
- `<>` a response to a query has been received by the client
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