RDoc generates active content? IE question

Hi all,

Windows XP Pro
IE 6.0.2900

When I open up a index.html file from generated rdoc, much of the time
IE 6 gives me a warning about active content being blocked. Does anyone
happen to know what IE is interpreting as “active content”? The inlined
source code perhaps?

This isn’t serious - I can just click “allow” (not that I’m sure what I
needed to allow exactly). I just thought it was strange. Try opening
the index.html for ruby-net-ldap for an example of what I’m talking
about.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Dan

PS - Yes, yes, I know, IE sucks, blah, blah.

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