On Thu, Oct 03, 2002 at 01:54:38PM +0100, Aidan Kehoe wrote:
> Ar an 2u la de mi 10, scriobh Darragh :
wow, you'd almost think it was the irish linux users group. oh... wait...
> > w3-fetch its says no match found.
> Hmm. I'm a heavy XEmacs user, but I really really dislike W3. There
> are some things that really didn't need to be written in Emacs Lisp,
> and a web browser is one of them. Would you write one in Perl?
hasn't that been done? i could have sworn there were a few but i only
can quickly find tkweb. i thought there was one that started with "a."
but can't find it.
but yeah, i've used both tkweb and w3-mode, but they're kinda silly.
then again i last used w3-mode back in 1995 or 1996 so maybe it's much
better. combined with something like webdav i could see it being a neat
way to edit html or even some cgi stuff.
obviously not as good as vi, yadda, yadda. :)
kevin, who didn't want to scare anyone with emacs compliments...
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