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Nov 2, 2013 ... W3 is a web browser completely written in elisp which runs entirely (and only)
within Emacs. For most users who want to browse the web from ...
Jul 13, 2014 ... Note that it has nothing to do with the w3 web browser written entirely in
EmacsLisp. Using the Emacs interface to w3m is much faster than ...
Note: there's some confusion about w3 and w3m. w3 is also a web browser,
completely written in elisp; it runs within Emacs, and is bundled with Xemacs.
Jan 30, 2010 ... This code still supports w3, and should be expandable to support other renderers
. It overrides the function, vm-mime-display-internal-text/html, ...
Jan 31, 2014 ... ... rgb '(0.2126 0.7152 0.0722)))) (defsubst circe-w3-contrast-contrast-ratio (color1
color2) (let ((l1 (+ 0.05 (circe-w3-contrast-relative-luminance ...
Nov 15, 2012 ... ... "html-lite" nil ".html"))) (with-temp-file file (html-lite-write-tree tree)) (browse-url-
of-file file))) ;; http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/sgml/dtd.html ;; TEXT ...
... to the wiki! Are you really using w3? Amazing. 😊 – AlexSchroeder. Hi Alex. I
just play around some with the w3 and most of the time I like w3. ;-) – MarcoWahl
Sep 5, 2008 ... emacs21-21.1-7; emacs-wiki-2.29-2; w3-url-e21.2001.11.08-2; w3-el-e21-4.0pre.
2001.10.27-6; xemacs21-basesupport-el-2001.12.16-1, etc.
This is especially nice if you are using a browser within Emacs like w3 or w3m;
then you can have your source in the top window of an Emacs frame, and the ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... This package allows you to load and save pages from a remote wiki using w3
functionality. Just call 'wiki-remote-get' and enter page name and ...