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lynx-dev lynx2.8.5dev.14

From: Thomas Dickey
Subject: lynx-dev lynx2.8.5dev.14
Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 21:21:44 -0500
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The current version of lynx is 2.8.4

It's available at
2.8.5 Development & patches:

2003-02-04 (2.8.5dev.14)
* correct a missing ">" at the beginning of page sent as response to mailto -TD
* simplify (clarify) anchor structure:  links now moved from HTAnchor to
  HTChildAnchor (the only place they were used).  By this we avoid unneeded
  casting in calls to HTAnchor_followMainLink, HTAnchor_followTypedLink,
  deleteLinks. [GridText.c, HTML.c, LYList.c, HTAnchor.c] -LP
* as of 1998-11-21 "workaround for multiple anchors in the same (invalid) HTML
  document with the same NAME and different destinations (HTAnchor.c) - KW",
  along with skipping HTAnchor_link() call in this case now, we realize that
  HTChildAnchor may have only a single link.  (Previously implemented by
  mainLink and links list).  This simplifies HTAnchor.c -LP
* simplify HTChunk.c -LP
* optimize LYRemoveNewlines() and LYRemoveBlanks() -LP
* check for no common name (CN) in certificate when connecting via SSL, fixes
  a SIGSEGV with
  (patch by address@hidden)
* add uk.po (Ukranian) from
* modify HTList_linkObject to avoid an infinite loop in HTList_unlinkObject due
  to relinking some node several times, corrupting the previous list chain -LP
* increase ATEXITSIZE to 50, 40 was not enough -TD
* ifdef-out call to Cygwin_Shell() in LYMainLoop.c, which does not work
  properly for some environments (report by Corinna Vinschen
  <address@hidden>, forwarded by Frederic L W Meunier) -TD
* correct a bug in HTAnchor_findChildAndLink() introduced in dev.13 handling
  USEMAP, e.g.,
  (reported by Frederic L W Meunier) -LP
* minor fixes for K&R compiler on SunOS: prototype of HTDOS_slashes(),
  definition of LYLeakSequence -TD

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