Provided by: steptalk_0.10.0-2_i386
stupdate_languages - update StepTalk script languages
StepTalk is trying to determine script language by the file extension.
Each language has a list of file extensions which StepTalk uses to
determine if a file contains a script that it can process.
To prevend expensive searching for file extensions in languages,
StepTalk uses a dictionary with file-language mapping. That dictionary
is stored in ~/Library/StepTalk/Configuration and is created the first
time you use some StepTalk tool. If you install a new language, that
file has to be updated.
Written by Brent Fulgham based on the information in the sources and
documentation, which were created by Stefan Urbanek.
Copyright © 2003 Stefan Urbanek
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