It is possible to include certain information about your warrior within special metadata comments. These comments are recognised by the parser and included in the parsed output (though they are excluded when the parsed warrior is loaded into the core).
The following metadata comments are recognised by the redcode parser
Indicates that this warrior was written using ICWS'94 standard compliant redcode.
Earlier standards of Corewar did not have a standard way to declare the version of redcode used. The corewar.io parser supports
When parsing output the corewar.io parser will emit a stardards comment matching the standard to which the redcode was built.
Allows the author to give a name to their warrior, for example
The corewar.io parser will insert a default name comment of
;name Nameless if no name comment is found in the source redcode.
Specifies the name of the warrior's author (i.e. you).
The corewar.io parser currently defaults this to
;author Blameless. Future versions may automatically include the author's user name when saving or parsing a warrior's redcode.
A publically visible, high-level description of the warrior. For example
;strategy A stone imp.
It is possible to specify a multi-line strategy by including multiple strategy comments as shown below:
;strategy This is a longer strategy which is ;strategy broken down into three successive ;strategy lines