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Cure few of my ie.-vs-e.g. sins

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Petr Baudis 2006-02-11 19:37:57 +01:00 committed by Petr Baudis
parent 15b52b62e4
commit 8890d95174
2 changed files with 5 additions and 5 deletions

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@ -675,7 +675,7 @@ if test "$enable_guile" = "yes"; then
cat <<EOF
***********************************************************************
The Guile support is incomplete and not so well integrated to ELinks
yet. That means, ie., that you have no Guile console and there might
yet. That means, e.g., that you have no Guile console and there might
not be all the necessary hooks. Also, the Guile interface is not too
well tested (success stories heartily welcomed!). See
src/scripting/guile/README for further details and hints.
@ -758,7 +758,7 @@ if test "$withval" != no; then
cat <<EOF
***********************************************************************
The Python support is incomplete and not so well integrated to ELinks
yet. That means, ie., that you have no Python console and there might
yet. That means, e.g.., that you have no Python console and there might
not be all the necessary hooks. Also, the Python interface is not too
well tested (success stories heartily welcomed!).
***********************************************************************

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@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ CONFIG_BOOKMARKS=yes
### XBEL Bookmarks
#
# ELinks also supports universal XML bookmarks format called XBEL, also
# supported by ie. Galeon, various "always-have-my-bookmarks" websites and
# supported by e.g. Galeon, various "always-have-my-bookmarks" websites and
# number of universal bookmark converters.
#
# Frequently, you know you will not need it, then you can of course happily
@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ CONFIG_XBEL_BOOKMARKS=yes
#
# Support for HTTP cookies --- a data token which the server sends the client
# once and then the client sends it back along each request to the server. This
# mechanism is crucial for ie. keeping HTTP sessions (you "log in" to a site,
# mechanism is crucial e.g. for keeping HTTP sessions (you "log in" to a site,
# and from then on the site recognizes you usually because of the cookie), but
# also for various banner systems, remembering values filled to various forms,
# and so on. You can further tune the ELinks behaviour at runtime (whether to
@ -515,7 +515,7 @@ CONFIG_EXMODE=no
### LEDs
#
# These are the tiny LED-like indicators, shown at the bottom-right of the
# screen as [-----]. They are used for indication of various states, ie.
# screen as [-----]. They are used for indication of various states, e.g.
# whether you are currently talking through a SSL-secured connection,
# what is the current input mode (normal or insert), JavaScript errors etc.
#