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Fri, 15 Mar 2002 17:00:11 -0500
here are two items which may be of interest, if not assistance,
in current efforts to add JS support to Lynx.
the NJS site was last updated 010503.
IZ made some important additions to Lynx, but hasn't been active recently.
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http://www.bbassett.net/njs/ may help shorten the work somewhat.
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Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2001 16:05:31 -0400
From: Ilya Zakharevich <address@hidden>
reiterate a simple implementation.
to Lynx by [L].
processor (this is in addition to file/news/http/etc);
[JS] Teach JS to emit HTML for the static part of the document.
[This stage covers a significant portion of documents already.]
Stage 2: [JS] Teach JS to mark the triggers-for-actions in the static
HTML by <lynx-jsp:id> type anchors and unique identifiers.
[L] Teach lynx to call the processor back when lynx-jsp:id
anchors are activated, and read back a new version of
[L] Support <lynx-immediate-url:URL> scheme to make lynx
switch to a different document when reading this new
version (for "active" hyperlinks).
[Thus an active hyperlink is marked as <lynx-jsp:id>,
when activated, lynx informs the processor which id was
activated, the processor calculated the URL, imbeds it
into HTML surrounded in <lynx-immediate-url:URL>
wrapper, and writes the HTML back to lynx.]
[Validation of fields should be negotiable - either on each
keypress, or when field editing is done...]
Hope this helps, Ilya
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