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Re: lynx-dev new protocols

From: Henry Nelson
Subject: Re: lynx-dev new protocols
Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 09:56:11 +0900 (JST)

>   This would allow the user to give a named
>   command to Lynx; this might be needed because
>   MX:
>   This would be a shorthand for BROWSER_EXEC:

How are these significantly different from "lynxexec:" and the "J)ump page?"

There are already so many ways to execute commands while running Lynx, e.g.,
`!', `.', `D)ownload', `P)rint', mimecap, lynxcgi and pseudoproxies, that
it's a virtual nightmare for someone running a public-access Lynx to go
through and exercise all of them after a new release.  Unless we REALLY need,
and I mean NEED, more protocols can we try to use what we've already got more
efficiently?  TIA.


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