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- Send commands to the background to be optionally displayed in an optional interface, as to use wget web crawling feature like a DownThemAll, and to use and watch other batch commands.
- A way to import bookmarks from other browsers like Firefox.
- Search customization like surfraw, dwb funtions or InstantFox Quick Search, and reverse image search like Google Reverse Image Search.
- Writen in C.
- Low on dependencies.
- GPL v3+.
- Framebuffer support like NetSurf for working in the virtual terminal (TTY).
- Actual javascript support so we can lurk and post in 4chan.
## TODO
- Browse the elinks2 source code (you can use Ctags or GNU GLOBAL for tagging functions and files).
- Expose API and give (scripting) access to just about everything.
- Put every accessed interface in a scriptable file.
- Give control over the DOM, use folders for each site to be manually edited (use a hierarchical structure to cover subsites).
- Implement a link grabber for every link available to be parsed by the scripting interface.
- Create components for defining how HTML elements are rendered.
- Create components for defining how CSS rules affect elements.
- Render the parsed data.

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#!/bin/bash
#Build Shaders
echo -ne "#ifndef FONTSHADER_H\n#define FONTSHADER_H\n\nconst char *textureVertexShaderSource =\n" > src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/TextureShader.h;
cat src/graphics/opengl/shaders/TextureShader.vert | awk '{if ($0!="}") {print "\t\""$0"\\n\""} else {print "\t\""$0"\";\n"}}' >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/TextureShader.h;
echo -ne "const char *textureFragmentShaderSource =\n" >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/TextureShader.h;
cat src/graphics/opengl/shaders/TextureShader.frag | awk '{if ($0!="}") {print "\t\""$0"\\n\""} else {print "\t\""$0"\";\n"}}' >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/TextureShader.h;
echo -ne "#endif\n" >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/TextureShader.h;
echo -ne "#ifndef TEXTURESHADER_H\n#define TEXTURESHADER_H\n\nconst char *fontVertexShaderSource =\n" > src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/FontShader.h;
cat src/graphics/opengl/shaders/FontShader.vert | awk '{if ($0!="}") {print "\t\""$0"\\n\""} else {print "\t\""$0"\";\n"}}' >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/FontShader.h;
echo -ne "const char *fontFragmentShaderSource =\n" >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/FontShader.h;
cat src/graphics/opengl/shaders/FontShader.frag | awk '{if ($0!="}") {print "\t\""$0"\\n\""} else {print "\t\""$0"\";\n"}}' >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/FontShader.h;
echo -ne "#endif\n" >> src/graphics/opengl/shaders/gen/FontShader.h;
#Compile & Run Netrunner
g++ -o netrunner\
-lglfw -lGL -lGLEW -lfreetype -lharfbuzz\
-I /usr/include/freetype2 -I /usr/include/harfbuzz\
src/graphics/opengl/Text.cpp src/graphics/opengl/Box.cpp src/graphics/opengl/Window.cpp\
src/graphics/text/TextRasterizer.cpp\
src/html/HTMLParser.cpp src/html/TextNode.cpp src/html/TagNode.cpp src/html/Node.cpp\
src/networking/HTTPResponse.cpp src/networking/HTTPRequest.cpp\
src/main.cpp\
&& ./netrunner http://gyroninja.net/a.html;

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Mikulas Patocka <mikulas@artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>
Petr Kulhavy <brain@artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>
Karel Kulhavy <twibright@hispeed.ch>
Martin Pergel <mper7437@artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>
http://artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/~mikulas/vyplody/links/
Unicode2ascii replacement and entity name tables are taken from Lynx.
People who contributed to links:
Unai Uribarri <unai@telecable.es>
History
Uwe Hermann <uh1763@bingo-ev.de>
Manpage
Command line switch -version
Open link in new xterm
Sebastian Zagrodzki <s.zagrodzki@sith.mimuw.edu.pl>
Shift-G opens dialog with pre-displayed current URL
Alexander Mai <st002279@hrzpub.tu-darmstadt.de>
OS/2 xterm support
Fix includes for AIX
Updated manpage
Dakshinamurthy Karra <kd@blr.vsnl.net.in>
Win NT port
Saving goto history
Peter Gervai <grin@tolna.net>
Manpage updates
Mailcap to links.cfg convertor
Arkadiusz Miskiewicz <misiek@pld.org.pl>
Internationalization (GNU gettext)
Oleg Deribas <older@iname.com>
Window title and clipboard support in OS/2
Felix von Leitner <felix@convergence.de>
Set file date/time when downloading
Arkadiusz Sochala <jojoro@priv2.onet.pl>
Polish translation
Petr Cech <cech@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>
Allow spaces at the beginning of url
Dmitry M. Klimov <dmk@gtrk.kmtn.ru>
KOI8-R frames
Russian localization
Yurii Rashkovskii <yrashk@univer.kharkov.ua>
Updated Russian localization
Lukasz Dobrek <dobrek@student.ifpan.edu.pl>
$CONFIG_DIR for config directory
beckers <beckers@st-oneline.de>
German translation
Evan Hughes <hughes@lab43.org>
Bookmarks
Armon Red <armon@islandia.isarmon@islandia.is>
Icelandic translation
M.K.Srikant <srix@vsnl.com>
Small fix in forms
Cliff Cunnington <cliff@ccnet.demon.nl>
User's manual at http://links.sourceforge.net/docs/manual-0.82-en/
Wojtek Bojdo/l <wojboj@lp.net.pl>
Updated Polish localization
Jan Bobrowski <jb@mohan.krakow.pl>
Small optimization in file listing
Serge Winitzki <serge at mendax dot phys dot cwru dot edu>,
<serge at cosmos dot phy dot tufts dot edu>
Upadted Russian localization
Updated German localication
SSL detection fix
Alex Antropoff <alex@tirastel.md>
'charset' attribute of META element
Aurimas Mikalauskas <inner@dammit.lt>
Lithuanian translation
Martin Norback <d95mback@dtek.chalmers.se>
Swedish translation
Jimenez Martinez Angel Luis <al026635@alumail.uji.es>
David Mediavilla Ezquibela <davidme.forum@bigfoot.com>
Spanish translation
Suveg Gabor <gsuveg@sgmobil2000.hu>
Hungarian translation
Gianluca Montecchi <gianluca@pluto.linux.it>
Italian translation
Sergei Borushevsky <b_sp@usa.net>
No-proxy-for, HTTP auth, Ctrl-W completion
SSL
Fabrice Haberer-Proust <fric@gmx.li>
French translation
Cristiano Guadagnino <cris@geppo.cmb2000.it>
Updated italian translation
Fabio Junior Beneditto <betatest@catolico.com.br>
Brazilian Portuguese translation
Martin Kavalec <martin@penguin.cz>
Fixed redundant ':' in host header
Peter Wang <tjaden@alphalink.com.au>
Rebindable keys, /etc/links.cfg
Mike Swieton <pyromage@pyromage.net>
Fixed bug: Form is not posted when jumping to field by number
Kaloian Doganov <kaloian@europe.com>
Bulgarian translation
Baris Metin <baris@gelecek.com.tr>
Turkish translation
Dmitry Pinchukov <dpinch@mail.ru>
Ukrainian translation
Kalev Lember <kalev@colleduc.ee>
Taniel Kirikal <taniel@colleduc.ee>
Estonian translation
zas <zas@norz.org>
Updated French translation
Table frame and rules when no border attribute present
Oleg Belousov <strijar@urai.ru>
"Ignore charset info sent by server" is saved din config file
Nuno Miguel Rodrigues <nmr@europa.net.dhis.org>
Unixware console fix
Adam Harvey <matlhdam@iinet.net.au>
Fixed sometimes badly posted form
Alberto García <berto@gpul.org>
Galician translation
Radovan Stas <radoone@skmi.science.upjs.sk>
Slovak translation
Marco Bodrato <bodrato@linuz.sns.it>
Twinterm support
Kaloian Doganov <kaloian@europe.com>
Bulgarian translation update
Olexander Kunytsa <kunia@istc.kiev.ua>
Ukrainian translation update
Marius Gedminas <marius.gedminas@uosis.mif.vu.lt>
Fixed reversed HOME/END on RXVT
Mediavilla David <f4j900zx001@NOSPAMsneakemail.com>
Updated Spanish translation
Simos Xenitellis <simos@hellug.gr>
Alejandros Diamandidis <adia@egnatia.ee.auth.gr>
Greek codepages & translation
Anton Voloshin <vav@isv.ru>
Proper encoding of form entries
Michail Litvak <mci@owl.openwall.com>
Patch configure.in to force error if OpenSSL not found
Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin@redhat.com>
Fixed occasional destroying of read buffer on Alpha
Andrew Rodionoff <arnost@mail.ru>
Fixed minor bug in kbd binding
Stefan de Groot <stefan@nllinux.nl>
Dutch translation
Carles Sadurní Anguita <isard@ctv.es>
Catalan translation
Ionel Mugurel Ciobîcã
Romanian translation
Petr Baudis <pasky@pasky.ji.cz>
Use "imgtitle" if there's no "alt"
Fix relative redirect on -dump and -source
Add "LISTING" tag
Fix stripping '?' out of form url
Cookie expiration
Manpage update
Fixed one small leak when links goes out of memory
Do not call memset from signal handler
Fixed user in smb
Jacek Fedorynski <jfedor@jfedor.org>
Fixed segfault when posting large forms
Aldy Hernandez <aldyh@cygnus.com>
MacOS address resolution fix
Muhamad Faizal <faizal@mfaizal.net>
Indonesian translation
Peter Naulls <peter@chocky.org>
RiscOS support
Jonas Fonseca <fonseca@diku.dk>
Danish translation
David O'Brien <obrien@FreeBSD.org>
-force-html
Sergey Karpov <karpov@sai.msu.su>
Updated russian translation
Fixed image alt displayed in incorrect codepage
Simen Graaten <simeng@slarkware.com>
Norwegian translation
Miroslav Rudisin <miero@atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>:
Updated Slovak translation
Varga Balázs <vinnui@broadband.hu>, <vinnui@ent.hu>
Updated Hungarian translation
Denis Lackovic <delacko@fly.srk.fer.hr>
Croatian translation
Richard Pecl <pecl@unicontrols.cz>
Use threads on windows
Chris Lightfoot <chris@ex-parrot.com>
\xab parsing in strings in Javascript
Yevgeny Gromov <yevgeny@tut.by>
Belarusian translation
William Yodlowsky <wyodlows@andromeda.rutgers.edu>
SSL patch for Solaris and other systems without /dev/random
Koblinger Egmont <egmont@cs.bme.hu>
Updated Hungarian translation
Ludvik Tesar <tesar@mee.tcd.ie>
URL to clipboard copying in X.
Stanson <stanson@btv.ru>
Clipboard pasting into links (works from all applications)
Andre Valente <a.valente@netcabo.pt>
Portuguese translation
Sven Neumann <sven@convergence.de>
DirectFB graphics driver
Mátyás János <jani@mail.xubion.hu>
Updated Hungarian translation
Anton 'Keeper' Kopyov <keeper@dfipm.vpti.vladimir.ru>
Updated Russian translation
Karvinen Ilkka <ik@cs.tut.fi>
Updated Finnish translation
Guido Schimmels <guido.schimmels@freenet.de>
Updated German translation
Tamas Gervai <crown@tolna.net>
Links icons
Daniel Berlin <dan@cgsoftware.com>
Cookies can contain whitespace (fixes bugzilla)
Thomas Klausner <tk@giga.or.at>
Support for 16-bit 565 RGB big endian
Fix for 24-bit RGB big endian
libpng-1.5 support
Strahinya Radich <mr99164@alas.matf.bg.ac.yu>
Serbian translation
Serbian Cyrillic letters
Andrei Paskevich <andrei@capet.iut-fbleau.fr>
Image view & download with 'i', '*' to change inlined image display
Fix tokenizer of javascript when it encounters 0xff character
Wojciech Puchar <wojtek@tensor.3miasto.net>
SunOS 4 portability fixes
Marc Zonzon <Marc.Zonzon@univ-rennes1.fr>
Disable AC_BIG_ENDIAN and AC_LITTLE_ENDIAN name clash
Use pkg-config to find openssl
Eduard Werner <edi.werner@gmx.de>
Upper Sorbian translation
Updated Polish translation
Vladimir Marek <marek@printsoft.cz>
Fixed --disable-graphics and --disable-javascript
Sam <sam@frida.fri.utc.sk>
SDL graphics driver
Karel Karlik <kkar8447@ss1000.ms.mff.cuni.cz>
Fixed framebuffer in 15 and 16-bit modes
Edward Rosten <er258@hermes.cam.ac.uk>
Block ad images
Dieter <netbsd@sopwith.solgatos.com>
Fix warnings on 64-bit machines
Jakub Bogusz <qboosh@pld-linux.org>
Updated Polish translation
Fixed memory corruption when passing parameters to framebuffer driver
Federico G. Schwindt <fgsch@lodoss.net>
Use MD5 functions from libc when available
Rezzie <rezzie@telkom.net>
Updated Indonesian translation
Konstantin S. Kravtsov <k6@pisem.net>
Regular expressions for javascript
Lech Lorens <lech_lorens@interia.pl>
Optional scrollbars in frames
Matthew Fischer <futhark@mchsi.com>
Fixed Japanese fonts
Jindrich Makovicka <makovick@gmail.com>
Fixed memory corruption when redirecting URLs with user:password
Carles Pina i Estany <carles@pina.cat>
Add more top-level domains
Didier Mequignon <didiermequignon@wanadoo.fr>
Updated French translation
Ben Secrest <blsecres@gmail.com>
Don't change Xwindow class
mab
Swiss German (Zueriduetsch) translation
Christian Biere <christianbiere@gmx.de>
magnet: URL support
Hazel Russman <hazeldebian@googlemail.com>
Updated Links manual
Egmont Koblinger <egmont@gmail.com>
Support for large mouse coordinates in text mode using the protocol 1006
Volker Schatz <linksbrowser@volkerschatz.com>
Do not misreport Date header value as last-modified date
in the info box popping up on "=".
New graphics glyphs
Daniel Stenberg <daniel@haxx.se>
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Braille terminal support in Links
=================================
1) To turn on braille support:
==============================
- run Links in text mode
- check "Braille terminal" in menu Setup->Terminal options
2) What does it do:
===================
- all menu and dialogs are displayed full-screen
- menu hot keys are displayed in front of the menu item (e.g. "O Html options")
- in bookmark manager, associations manager and extensions manager:
keys up/down move cursor through the bookmarks and keys left/right move the
cursor through the buttons (add, delete, edit, ...)
- all links are prepended with '~' (tilde) character
- text fields are indicated with '>' character
- arrow keys move the cursor around the page
- key '{' (left bracket with shift) moves cursor to the beginning of a line
- key '}' (right bracket with shift) moves cursor to the end of a line
- to go to previous page: use 'z' key
- key 'a' moves cursor to status bar
- key 'w' moves cursor to title bar
- key 't' moves to the previous word
- key 'y' moves to the next word
- key Ctrl-T moves to the previous link
- key Ctrl-Y moves to the next link
- key Ctrl-O moves to the next form field

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Links 2.14 -- How To Install
----------------------------
Follow this step-by-step:
0) Check you have installed the following libraries and are able to compile with
them. On a package-driven distribution, you will need both "library" and
"library-dev(el)":
Mandatory libraries
-------------------
libpng - required to compile links in graphics mode (not required in text
mode). Libpng 2.1.18 has a bug and must be patched by the patch
PATCH-libpng-1.2.18 which is shipped with Links.
IJG libjpeg - if you want to display JPEG's (probably yes).
TIFF Library - if you want TIFFs.
SVGAlib - if you want Links to be able to display on SVGAlib.
OpenSSL and zlib - if you want SSL connections. zlib is not necessary if you
know the SSL is compiled without zlib.
Optional libraries
------------------
zlib - shows gzipped pages
libbz2 - shows bzipped content
lzma - shows content compressed with lzma
If any of the library is not present on the system or is unusably old and you cannot install it
(typically because you are not a root), then go to 11) Compiling with
user-supplied libraries.
1) Do not forget to run "ldconfig" if you have installed any new libraries :-)
2) "./configure --help"
Read the output and choose which options you want to give ./configure.
Probably you will want --enable-graphics
3) "./configure <your options>"
4) Check the output of ./configure (in the table at the end) whether you really
get what you want
5) "make"
6) If you are a root, "make install" with root privileges. If not, copy the
resulting "links" executable into some suitable place, preferrably within
your $PATH. The whole browser is just one executable.
7) If you haven't got a permanent Internet connection, save the "doc/"
subdirectory into some suitable place (/usr/share/, /usr/local/share). The
most important part is the "doc/links_cal/" subdirectory which contains a calibration pattern
(calibration.html in English, kalibrace.html in Czech)
you will need to get a flawless picture on your monitor.
8) If you want to supply a Links icon into your X Window System windowmanager,
you will find a suitable 48x48 icon in graphics/links.xpm
9) Delete the archive and source directory - no more needed
10) The browser is ready now. You just have to calibrate it to get a flawless
picture (see doc/calibration.html or the Links homepage, which is in default
bookmarks).
11) Compiling with user-supplied libraries.
This describes how to compile Links with user-supplied libraries zlib,
libpng, libpjpeg and libtiff. If you want to use any of these libraries from
the system, omit appropriate references. The versions are just for example:
Download libpng-1.2.3, zlib-1.1.4, libjpeg-6b and libtiff-v3.5.7
archives and unpack them. Build the libraries according to their
instructions to get static (*.a) library in each.
Please note libpng-1.2.18 is buggy and must be patched with
PATCH-libpng-1.2.18 which is shipped with Links.
export CPPFLAGS="-I../zlib-1.1.4 -I../libpng-1.2.3 -I../jpeg-6b
-I../tiff-v3.5.7/libtiff"
export LDFLAGS="=L../zlib-1.1.4 -L../libpng-1.2.3 -L../jpeg-6b
-L ../tiff-v3.5.7/libtiff"
goto 2)
PITFALLS
--------
Compile:
Unix - use ./configure; make
in some FreeBSD 3 distributions you have to set CFLAGS=-aout before
running ./configure
Tested on Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, IRIX
OS/2 - use ./configure; make
You must have GNU bash and GNU text/shell/file utilities so that
configure can run
The only supported compiler is EMX, you probably won't be able to
compile it with anything else
configure under OS/2 needs to know paths to gcc, make anb bash. Set (for
example):
SET HOSTTYPE=i586
SET MACHTYPE=i586-pc-os2
SET CONFIG_SHELL=d:/prg/gnu/bin/bash.exe
SET CC=d:/prg/emx/bin/gcc.exe
SET MAKE=d:/prg/emx/bin/make.exe
SET EMXOPT=-h100
Windows - you must have Cygwin or Interix environment
Otherwise, compile it just like on Unix
Install:
Unix - make install
OS/2 - copy file links.exe somewhere to your path or create CMD file that runs
links
WARNING: EMX has nasty limit of open files. Links will work badly or won't work
with default settings. Set variable EMXOPT=-h100 before you run links.
libpng-1.2.18 - "Error when loading compiled-in font: png_do_rgb_to_gray found
nongray pixel. libpng error: png_do_rgb_to_gray found nongray
pixel Abort." This is caused by a bug in libpng and
PATCH-libpng-1.2.18 shipped with Links must be used to patch
libpng to fix the bug.
vim: textwidth=80

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GENERAL
-------
ESC show menu
^C, q, Q quit
ALT-1 ... ALT-9 select virtual screen (framebuffer, svgalib only)
g goto URL
G goto URL based on current URL
^G goto URL based on current link
s bookmark manager
^R reload page
pressed 2x=reload without internal cache
pressed 3x=force reload through all proxy caches
f frame to full screen
i view image
d download link
I download image
* toggle displaying image links
\ toggle document source
= document info
| HTTP header info
BASIC NAVIGATION
----------------
UP/DOWN select link
RIGHT, ENTER follow link
LEFT, z go back
', x go forward
^P, INS scroll up
^N, DEL scroll down
[ scroll left
] scroll right
PAGE_UP, ^B previous page
PAGE_DOWN, ^F next page
HOME, ^A go to start of the document
END, ^E go to end of the document
TAB switch frames
1-9 count to repeat the next move (only text)
(you can press more number keys to repeat more than 9 times)
ALT-1 ... ALT-9 the same as previous --- if you have numbered links
(only text)
SEARCH
------
/ search
? search back
n find next
N find previous
DIALOGS, CLIPBOARD
------------------
^A go to beginning
^E go to end
^W complete string in a dialog (e.g. URL or search dialog)
^B, ^INS copy text to clipboard
^X, SH-DEL cut text to clipboard
^V, SH-INS paste from clipboard
^U delete text from cursor position to start of the line
(or field, textarea)
^K delete line (in textarea) or text to end (in field)
^INS copy current link to clipboard
BRAILLE TERMINAL
----------------
^T, ^TAB previous link
^Y, TAB next link
t previous word
y next word
^O next form field
LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN move cursor around
a move cursor to status bar
w move curosor to title bar
{ move cursor to start of current line
} move cursor to end of current line

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# Makefile.am
# (c) 2002 Mikulas Patocka, Karel 'Clock' Kulhavy, Petr 'Brain' Kulhavy,
# Martin 'PerM' Pergel
man_MANS=links.1
EXTRA_DIST=$(man_MANS) atheos.cpp BRAILLE_HOWTO KEYS SITES descrip.mms *.opt PATCH-gpm-1.20.0-smooth-cursor PATCH-libpng-1.2.18 mailcap.pl rebuild Links_logo.png Unicode/*.cp Unicode/[!C]* intl/[!C]* suffix/[!C]* graphics/*.c graphics/arrow.png graphics/gen graphics/system_font/*.png graphics/font/century_extensions-medium-roman-serif-vari/*.png graphics/font/century_school-bold-roman-serif-vari/*.png graphics/font/century_school-medium-roman-serif-vari/*.png graphics/font/courier-medium-roman-serif-mono/*.png graphics/font/japanese-medium-roman-sans-mono/*.png graphics/font/symbol-medium-roman-sans-vari/*.png graphics/font/century_school-bold-roman-serif-vari/aliases graphics/font/century_school-medium-roman-serif-vari/aliases graphics/font/japanese-medium-roman-sans-mono/aliases graphics/font/symbol-medium-roman-sans-vari/aliases doc/links_cal/*.png doc/links_cal/*.html graphics/Makefile graphics/Fontmap graphics/clip.c graphics/links.xpm graphics/makefont graphics/pdf2html graphics/spacer.png pkg-config.m4 *.xpm *.ico *.rc mk-release-os2 mk-release-win mk-dos mk-dos83.cmd links.wis *.nsi links.crt
bin_PROGRAMS=links
if ATHEOS_GR
links_LDADD=atheos.o
else
endif
links_SOURCES=af_unix.c auth.c beos.c bfu.c block.c bookmark.c cache.c charsets.c compress.c connect.c cookies.c data.c default.c dip.c directfb.c dither.c dns.c dos.c drivers.c error.c file.c finger.c fn_impl.c font_inc.c framebuf.c ftp.c gif.c grx.c hpux.c html.c html_gr.c html_r.c html_tbl.c http.c https.c img.c imgcache.c jpeg.c jsint.c kbd.c language.c listedit.c lru.c mailto.c main.c memory.c menu.c objreq.c os_dep.c pmshell.c png.c sched.c select.c session.c smb.c string.c suffix.c svg.c svgalib.c terminal.c tiff.c types.c url.c view.c view_gr.c vms.c x.c xbm.c beos.h bits.h cfg.h codepage.h com-defs.h config-vms.h dfb_cur.h hpux.h language.h links.h os_dep.h os_depx.h setup.h arrow.inc codepage.inc entity.inc fbcommon.inc language.inc links_ic.inc suffix.inc suffix_x.inc uni_7b.inc upcase.inc vpipe.inc
dist-hook:
#remove the symlinka:
rm $(distdir)/INSTALL
echo Links $(VERSION) -- How To Install > $(distdir)/INSTALL
echo Links $(VERSION) -- How To Install | tr -c '\n' '-' >> $(distdir)/INSTALL
echo >> $(distdir)/INSTALL
cat $(srcdir)/INSTALL >> $(distdir)/INSTALL
CXXFLAGS=@CXXFLAGS@
atheos.o: $(srcdir)/atheos.cpp
$(CXX) $(DEFS) $(INCLUDES) $(AM_CPPFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(AM_CXXFLAGS) $(CXXFLAGS) -c $(srcdir)/atheos.cpp
datadir = $(prefix)/@DATADIRNAME@
LIBS = @LIBS@

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# Makefile.in generated automatically by automake 1.4-p6 from Makefile.am
# Copyright (C) 1994, 1995-8, 1999, 2001 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
# This Makefile.in is free software; the Free Software Foundation
# gives unlimited permission to copy and/or distribute it,
# with or without modifications, as long as this notice is preserved.
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law; without
# even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
# PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
# Makefile.am
# (c) 2002 Mikulas Patocka, Karel 'Clock' Kulhavy, Petr 'Brain' Kulhavy,
# Martin 'PerM' Pergel
SHELL = @SHELL@
srcdir = @srcdir@
top_srcdir = @top_srcdir@
VPATH = @srcdir@
prefix = @prefix@
exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
bindir = @bindir@
sbindir = @sbindir@
libexecdir = @libexecdir@
sysconfdir = @sysconfdir@
sharedstatedir = @sharedstatedir@
localstatedir = @localstatedir@
libdir = @libdir@
infodir = @infodir@
mandir = @mandir@
includedir = @includedir@
oldincludedir = /usr/include
DESTDIR =
pkgdatadir = $(datadir)/@PACKAGE@
pkglibdir = $(libdir)/@PACKAGE@
pkgincludedir = $(includedir)/@PACKAGE@
top_builddir = .
ACLOCAL = @ACLOCAL@
AUTOCONF = @AUTOCONF@
AUTOMAKE = @AUTOMAKE@
AUTOHEADER = @AUTOHEADER@
INSTALL = @INSTALL@
INSTALL_PROGRAM = @INSTALL_PROGRAM@ $(AM_INSTALL_PROGRAM_FLAGS)
INSTALL_DATA = @INSTALL_DATA@
INSTALL_SCRIPT = @INSTALL_SCRIPT@
transform = @program_transform_name@
NORMAL_INSTALL = :
PRE_INSTALL = :
POST_INSTALL = :
NORMAL_UNINSTALL = :
PRE_UNINSTALL = :
POST_UNINSTALL = :
CC = @CC@
CXX = @CXX@
DIRECTFB_CONFIG = @DIRECTFB_CONFIG@
MAKEINFO = @MAKEINFO@
PACKAGE = @PACKAGE@
PKG_CONFIG = @PKG_CONFIG@
VERSION = @VERSION@
man_MANS = links.1
EXTRA_DIST = $(man_MANS) atheos.cpp BRAILLE_HOWTO KEYS SITES descrip.mms *.opt PATCH-gpm-1.20.0-smooth-cursor PATCH-libpng-1.2.18 mailcap.pl rebuild Links_logo.png Unicode/*.cp Unicode/[!C]* intl/[!C]* suffix/[!C]* graphics/*.c graphics/arrow.png graphics/gen graphics/system_font/*.png graphics/font/century_extensions-medium-roman-serif-vari/*.png graphics/font/century_school-bold-roman-serif-vari/*.png graphics/font/century_school-medium-roman-serif-vari/*.png graphics/font/courier-medium-roman-serif-mono/*.png graphics/font/japanese-medium-roman-sans-mono/*.png graphics/font/symbol-medium-roman-sans-vari/*.png graphics/font/century_school-bold-roman-serif-vari/aliases graphics/font/century_school-medium-roman-serif-vari/aliases graphics/font/japanese-medium-roman-sans-mono/aliases graphics/font/symbol-medium-roman-sans-vari/aliases doc/links_cal/*.png doc/links_cal/*.html graphics/Makefile graphics/Fontmap graphics/clip.c graphics/links.xpm graphics/makefont graphics/pdf2html graphics/spacer.png pkg-config.m4 *.xpm *.ico *.rc mk-release-os2 mk-release-win mk-dos mk-dos83.cmd links.wis *.nsi links.crt
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