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Re: [OFFTOPIC] Info files vs Man pages
- To: bothner at cygnus dot com (Per Bothner)
- Subject: Re: [OFFTOPIC] Info files vs Man pages
- From: Joe Buck <jbuck at synopsys dot com>
- Date: Wed, 16 Sep 98 21:33:48 PDT
- Cc: alex dot buell at tahallah dot demon dot co dot uk, egcs at cygnus dot com, glibc-linux at ricardo dot ecn dot wfu dot edu
> How well does lynx support sequentially reading a structured document?
> I'm fairly sure not as well as info does.
It would not be difficult to extend Lynx to handle the link
tags (so that keyboard accelerators can go to the next or previous
Note that this is only the same as info for texi2html when run in
the one file per node mode, which is probably not optimal for use
over a network. However, apparently the Mozilla guys are looking
into using the <link ... rel=next> tag for prefetching. The idea
is that that tag would mark the page people would usually read next,
so it can be fetched while the user is reading the current page.