> 2. The ability to natively display a subset of HTML (the same subset)
>    with the ability to trigger links to open in a browser (or perhaps
>    execute an arbitrary configured command).  Modern terminal windows
>    can handle all of the formatting required to do just this much...

elinks -dump can display HTML using autoview, or it can be bound to run
manually too, in its normal browser manner.

urlview can open links in plain text messages.


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