dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Sun Aug 31 17:41:50 PDT 2003
:Ivan Voras wrote:
:> Jeremy Messenger wrote:
:>>Very cool, you guys can check on m0n0wall. I like how he did it with
:>>PHP4 and XML. ;-) About the browser, it would be nice if it's something
:>>small and fast such as Opera, Dillo or so. Not sure about Opera's license
:>>for include in the CD, thought.
:> 'links -g' is *very* nice :)
: Last time I checked, links(1) is a very good text browser, i.e.
: better than lynx, but it's GUI is lacking support for displaying
: Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) enhanced pages.
:hmp at xxxxxxxxxxxxx
I had some trouble compiling the port. Apparently the -rpath option to
cc does not work as expected, but if I hack the configure script to
add -L/usr/local/lib before -lpng the port compiles. It looks like one
might also have to add softlinks in /usr/X11R6/lib for the png libraries.
Ok, I am suitably impressed! It doesn't do CSS, but what it does do is
pretty damn good for a 2.7BM binary with only moderate dynamic link
dependancies, and I can trivially add -static to the link line which
results in a measily 4.7MB static browser with NO DLL dependancies.
This is a winner in my book. All we need is a bit of dynamic content
to deal with the 'progress indicator' and we are set.
<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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