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Re: lynx-dev -anonymous broken in 2.8.4?

From: RobertM
Subject: Re: lynx-dev -anonymous broken in 2.8.4?
Date: Sat, 7 Sep 2002 00:06:02 +0100 (BST)

It is alleged that Thomas Dickey once typed:
> On Fri, Sep 06, 2002 at 11:33:16PM +0100, RobertM wrote:
> > However wouldit be possible rather than adding all of these as
> > anonymous options to have a compile type option of something like:
> > Which could then be followed by a list of valid restriction options,
> > so that all options specified there are automatically restricted as if
> > specified on the command line.
> I suppose so.  That's equivalent to editing userdefs.h (replaces yet another
> manual operation with a script ;-)

Just having it as something in userdefs.h would be fine by me, as
would editing it manually. 

> > e.g. specifying at compile time:
> > ANONYMOUS_RESTRICTIONS="file_url,download,lynxcfg_info"

Yes. That would make more sense and probably more widely useful.

  "Ask not what I can do for the stupid, 
         but what the stupid can do for me" - Graeme Garden

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