PublicShow -- Provide the SWISH application as Prolog HTML component

This library provides the SWISH page and its elements as Prolog HTML grammer rules. This allows for server-side generated pages to include swish or parts of swish easily into a page.

Source swish_reply(+Options, +Request)
HTTP handler to reply the default SWISH page. Processes the following parameters:
Use Code as initial code. Code is either an HTTP url or concrete source code.
Similar to Code, but not displayed in the editor.
Provide examples. Each example starts with ?- at the beginning of a line.
Use Query as the initial query.
Control showing the beware limited edition warning.
If true, save state on unload and restore old state on load.
Source swish_reply_resource(+Request) is semidet
Serve /swish/Resource files.
Source swish_page(+Options)//
Generate the entire SWISH default page.
Source swish_navbar(+Options)//
Generate the swish navigation bar.
 swish_config:logo(+Options)// is semidet[multifile]
Hook to include the top-left logos. The default calls pengine_logo//1 and swish_logo//1. The implementation should emit zero or more <a> elements. See config_available/ for an example.
Source pengine_logo(+Options)// is det
Source swish_logo(+Options)// is det
Emit an <a> element that provides a link to Pengines and SWISH on this server. These may be called from swish_config:logo//1 to include the default logos.
Source swish_content(+Options)//
Generate the SWISH editor, Prolog output area and query editor. Options processed:
Load initial source from HREF
Indicate the presense of Count chat messages
Source swish_resources//
Include SWISH CSS and JavaScript. This does not use html_require//1 because we need to include the JS using RequireJS, which requires a non-standard script element.

Undocumented predicates

The following predicates are exported, but not or incorrectly documented.

Source swish_css(Arg1, Arg2)
Source swish_js(Arg1, Arg2)
Source swish_logo(Arg1, Arg2, Arg3)