Not sure if elinks is supposed to build and work on Windows or not, but I downloaded elinks-0.12pre5 and attempted to build it in MinGW with msys. Had a couple of issues with compiling. In src/terminal/kbd.c, there was no define for VERASE and it had issues with vdisable as well, so I defaulted vdisable to -1 and set a define for VERASE just to get it to compile.
I did get it to build successfully, but when I tried to run it, I saw the following on screen: ?9h?1000h Then I got a pop-up window that the application had crashed: elinks.exe has stopped working Saw some previous posts in the list archives about MinGW support, so I had hoped this would build on Windows. Are there any other Windows patches around or does anyone have any idea what else to try to get this working? Also saw the post in the archive where someone suggested adding support for pdcurses. Couldn't help wondering if that would work better than termcap/terminfo at least on Windows (which doesn't really have that). Had hoped to tried elinks out and see what it could do. Any further suggestions appreciated. Thanks. _______________________________________________ elinks-dev mailing list email@example.com http://linuxfromscratch.org/mailman/listinfo/elinks-dev