On Mar 3, 2013 9:58 PM, Jose Antonio Senna <
jasse...@vivointernetdiscada.com.br> wrote:
>  On March 2 Karen Lewellen <klewel...@shellworld.net>
> asked about a DOS port of elinks.
>  My question is: What advantage(s) links/elinks
> have over lynx (I ask just about their DOS ports,
> not versions for other OS'es)?
>  I did not yet find any, on the contrary, lynx has
> had https/ssl capability for the last 10 years,
> while neither links nor elinks have it yet.
> Also, lynx (2.8.5) can handle file inputs in forms,
> while neither links nor elinks AFAIK can.

IIRC, they are all based upon older Lynx with a few extras. -g turns on
graphics mode, and the DOS port of elinks even allegedly (in whatever way)
supports downloading in background too. But Dillo (or DPlus or whatever) is
probably better for our uses. And don't forget the classic, Arachne.
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