This year I ran into weird late minute problems as they changed how my files were served up. One was that the "bands.json" file was somehow turned into a html redirect message. My hack for that was to have the process that cleaned the JSON prepend a "var bandjson =" to it and then include the file as .js
But then things were still crashing and burning Autolinker.js, or rather. Autolinker.min.js , was crapping out in the console, with an "Uncaught SyntaxError: Invalid regular expression:" followed by a whole lot of goobly-gook.
Long story short the problem wasn't in how Autolinker.min.js was served, but rather the encoding used in the index.html page. When I got my apache server, it had the default of UTF-8 for everything in the headers, so it had a line like
But their server only had text/html.
Adding this to the <head> seemed to fix it:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8">