… from the default Sizzle in `src/sizzle.js`. (We still won't initiate a fetch of the Sizzle submodule, so if the user wants this behavior he/she should grab the submodule manually.) [#1249 state:resolved]
…o simplify implementation by third parties.
…d at users wanting to generate a local version of the documentation. Turning pretty urls off makes the documentation much easier to browser locally (using the file protocol).
…AX_HIGHLIGHTER environment variable will instruct PDoc to use a specific engine. If omitted, will try pygments, coderay, and none, in order of preference.
…han separate arguments.
…d instead of Sizzle (the current default). Selector engines belong in the vendor directory and must have a selector_engine.js file. To build a Prototype with your engine of choice just spepcify it at build time using the SELECTOR_ENGINE option. For example, to build a version with NSMatcher: rake dist SELECTOR_ENGINE=nwmatcher.
… each section. Usage: rake doc SECTION=lang.
… modify its access time.