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Re: lynx-dev patch - search in partial mode (part1)

From: Leonid Pauzner
Subject: Re: lynx-dev patch - search in partial mode (part1)
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 1999 10:22:17 +0300 (MSK)

6-Nov-99 18:56 Philip Webb wrote:
> 991107 Leonid Pauzner wrote:
>> Looking onto new modularizing mainloop I found out
>> that LYK_WHEREIS search could be added for partial mode relatively easy.
> -- details snipped --

> this is great: i will find it useful sometimes.  however,
> (1) patch refused to recognise most of your hunks (due to  -u ?);
> (2) your filenames don't match those in the package (i corrected them)
> & one of the files is in the WWW section, so has to be patched separately;
Anyway, this takes you less time than me developing the patch:)

Yes, it should be patched as "patch -u"
(like TD dev patches at
and yes, it is prepared on DOS machine so some fooling may be required
(but my Linux box' patch do repair such filenames automatically
if I stay in a proper directory - most changes are from src/ subtree anyway).

7-Nov-99 01:24 Leonid Pauzner wrote:

> diff -u old/gridtext.c ./gridtext.c
> --- old/gridtext.c      Thu Nov  4 16:55:46 1999
> +++ ./gridtext.c        Sun Nov  7 00:24:40 1999
> @@ -1671,10 +1671,9 @@

> (3) a problem arose with `n' a long time ago,
> when the top line of the screen resulting from a search was changed
> to 2 - 3 lines above the target, to accommodate blind users:
> i pointed out the bug at the time & TD told me where to go to correct it,
> but it's one of the things waiting till i have time --  >= 1 month  --
> to explore Lynx source & revive my knowledge of C more generally.

I do not understand what problem you address to, have you a pointer? Anyway,
search internals looks rather complex, I mostly work on a higher level.

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