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Re: lynx-dev '\' reloading documents

From: Henry Nelson
Subject: Re: lynx-dev '\' reloading documents
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 10:01:47 +0900 (JST)

> I will have to respectfully disagree with you here.  I believe the source

I'll apologize again.  I have totally confused two very different concepts.

> The problem is that in lynx, the normal behavior, if source cache is
> turned off, is to discard the source after rendering, so that if the
Yes, this indeed is the crux of the problem.  The how, when and where of
saving the incoming stream is what interests me.

> user wants to change the view using \, ', ", `, or * (did I miss any?),

Maybe '@' and other things related to display character set?

> I set my source cache to memory, so I don't see how there would be any
> security problems.  If you set it to cache the source in a file, I think
> all that would need to be done is to make sure that no one else can read
> that file, and your security shouldn't be compromised.  I'm not sure if

I see this now.  What's bugging me is something nebulous about what might
happen with cached https that contained form data.  It's an unbased fear;
I need to do much more thinking on it.


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