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Mon, 29 Nov 2010 14:44:01 +0000
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Paul Gilmartin wrote:
On Nov 29, 2010, at 04:43, Thomas Dickey wrote:
not really. lynx is organized much differently inside than would work
ad hoc support to handle a few cases.
the term is currently used, refers to a combination of a scripting
language (Ecmascript) and a document object model. In practice, part of
the document object model is really a browser object model.
Lynx doesn't create an object model for the document, and the nastier
radically different from the internals of Lynx.
scriptable Netscape browsers.
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