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Links web browser for puppy 4.31
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Billtoo


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Location: Ontario Canada

PostPosted: Thu 22 Sep 2011, 07:34    Post subject:  Links web browser for puppy 4.31  

I made and tested a pet of Links web browser in Puppy 4.31.

EDIT: tested and works in Puppy 4.21 too.

EDIT: more testing, works in wary 5.1.99,lucid 528,older spup, slacko beta 3.

It works in all pups so far Smile
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don570


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PostPosted: Thu 22 Sep 2011, 18:10    Post subject: right click links  

I made this package to work with your version of links.
I've only tested it in Exprimo but it should work in
other Puppies.

It gives a right click menu option to open a HTML file with links

Note to Billtoo: It would better to combine the packages into
one for the convenience of the user.

Feel free to do that in the future.

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faifpuhp


Joined: 22 Sep 2011
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PostPosted: Thu 22 Sep 2011, 18:49    Post subject:  

Sweet! Incredible timing, I was just looking for a way to install this.

By the way, if you ever want to play with cgi-bin and/or javascript in the console, the full (almost as large as Mozilla) version of Elinks has its own (app-local) CGI support and the spidermonkey JS engine.

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upnorth


Joined: 11 Jan 2010
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PostPosted: Thu 22 Sep 2011, 19:43    Post subject: links  

Testing a post now after installing. Using on box with racy wary and it works fine. Smile

EDIT: Works great for viewing local files as well. Just "open url" type . enter

It can open gz compressed textual files on the fly for viewing. eg changelog.gz
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Billtoo


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PostPosted: Thu 22 Sep 2011, 21:33    Post subject: Re: right click links  

don570 wrote:

Note to Billtoo: It would better to combine the packages into
one for the convenience of the user.

Feel free to do that in the future.

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Okay don, I've never combined two pets into one before but I'll give it a shot next time.
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PostPosted: Sat 24 Sep 2011, 12:49    Post subject:  

It's just drag and drop!!

When you get message window to ask to merge
you click 'yes'

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Note: There is a trick to merging two pet packages
that have two or more .desktop files

I use that trick to make my rightclick pets that have multiple
apps inside.

Quick description: I drag out all .desktop files except for one
then I run Barry's dir2pet.

It is fooled into thinking that only one app is inside the
folder.

I proceed normally until near the end of the process
when I drag the .desktop files that I had removed back
to their original place.

Then do the final step of making the pet package with tar.

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slackfan

Joined: 29 Mar 2009
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PostPosted: Fri 24 Jul 2015, 16:59    Post subject: javascript & links  

found in the links documentation

Quote:
Appendix 1: Links and JavaScript

When Links was created, one of the main differences from Lynx was that Links supported JavaScript, even in text mode. It was controlled by the JavaScript 1.1 specification from Netscape Corporation.

However JavaScript support was removed in release 2.1pre29 because it was buggy. In case it is restored, this appendix contains information on how to use it. The material in this appendix is not currently valid.

To compile Links with JavaScript support, use the configure option --enable-javascript.

Javascript Options

When JavaScript is enabled, this option appears in the Setup menu.


In this dialogue you can set up various parameters of the javascript interpreter.

Kill all scripts: If you check this field and you confirm the setting by pressing the OK button, the javascript interpretation on the page will be forcefully ended. This helps for example in cases where the script loops infinitely, or causes annoyance.
Enable javascript: This switches javascript on and off.
Verbose javascript errors: The purpose of this switch is to suppress or enable the display of errors in javascript.
Verbose javascript warnings: This suppresses or enables the display of warning messages when javascript is running.
Enable all conversions: Allows the use of undefined variables, converting a function into a number and so on. However it will not allow, for example, converting an undefined object into an object.
Enable global name resolution: Allows resolution of names in the document in the main address space. It is meant for cases when the page authors refer to items from the document object without explicitly stating this.
Recursion depth: With this value you can set maximum allowed depth of recursion for javascript functions. The default setting is 1000. This parameter is set for security reasons. If the recursion depth were unlimited, it could happen that the javascript function on some page will call itself infinitely, which would understandably exhaust all available memory. If the default value is not enough for you, you can increase it (up to 999999).
Memory dedicated to javascript (kB): Maximum allowed amount of memory (in kilobytes) the javascript is allowed to ocupy. Again for security reasons to prevent javascript from taking too much memory and unnecessarily overloading your system. The minimum value is 1024 kB, maximum value is 30720 kB, default value is 5120 kB.


did someone ever try to reintegrate it into links?
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