w3m is a pager/text-based WWW browser. It is similar to Lynx, but handles some things like page navigation differently. It can render tables and frames (by converting frames into tables) or display a document given from standard input. It can also be used with mouse in an xterm or in a gpm-driven console, and it is small.
|Tags||Internet Web Browsers|
Release Notes: This long overdue release collects changes committed to CVS during the last four years. Several minor vulnerabilities were resolved. Support was added for xterm-incompatible terminals without gpm. An option to ignore the "wrong number of dots" error messages from cookies was added. Spaces in multibyte context are now properly preserved. Proxy authentication was fixed. Other fixes were made.
Release Notes: Many fixes were made regarding building, i18n, and documentation. A format string vulnerability was fixed. Some bugs in the image display tools were fixed, along with enhancements such as the support of GTK+ 2. The handling of newline characters in HTML tags was fixed, as were several other minor bugs. Minor enhancements were made.
Release Notes: Several Makefiles and other build files were corrected or changed. An HTTP basic authentication annoyance was fixed (bug# 244029), along with an IPv6 FQDN resolution failure in Debian. Other minor bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: Autoconf support was improved and other code cleanups were made. A "not-implemented-yet" feature in the Solaris build was also implemented.
Release Notes: This release adds the options "-4" and "-6" to force IPv4 or IPv6 usage, the functions NEXT_VISITED and PREV_VISITED, and more autoconf usage.