A text-based Web browser
Lynx is a text-based Web browser. Lynx does not display any images,
but it does support frames, tables, and most other HTML tags. One
advantage Lynx has over graphical browsers is speed; Lynx starts and
exits quickly and swiftly displays web pages.
Lynx README file
Lynx Version 2.8.6 is the latest release (October 2006).
See the CHANGES file for a complete record of all changes and bug fixes.
New releases are announced on the lynx-dev mailing list (see below).
FOR REAL NOVICES
To use this package, you need a compiler & a bit of experience
at very simple programming. If you just want something which will work
Tabular Support for Simple Tables
Some definitions first:
* NO table support
What it says. :) Table related tags are treated like other
completely unrecognized tags.
Only listed for completeness, this does not describe Lynx.
* MINIMAL table support
Table related tags are recognized, and are used to separate
the contents of different cells (by at least
Features (in addition to those which Lynx 2.7.1 already has):
- Can (attempt to) translate from any document charset to any display
character set, *IF* the document charset is known by a translation
table (compiled in at installation).
- New method to define character sets: used for input charset as well
as display character set, translation tables compiled in from
This file lists preprocessor macros (symbols) which are tested in the
code (typically with ifdef).
README for Japanese
This document shows some supplements for Japanese in Japane
This is a short summary of code metrics showing how lynx has grown from
release to release. It also
DOS/Windows-oriented notes on Root Certificates
To use certificates or a cert bundle within an SSL
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