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Re: emacs-w3m (non-member post)


Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@jpl.org> writes:

> Emacs-w3m is yet another web browser for Emacsen.  It is light
> and fast for rendering html contents, because it uses the
> external command w3m.  Emacs-w3m can also show images inline
> under XEmacs or Emacs 21+.  Why don't we use emacs-w3m for
> converting text/html parts on Gnus?  

Does it handle cid: URLs?  Only enclosed images should be shown.  It
shouldn't fetch anything off the net.

- Hari
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