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Witold Filipczyk
443d42608d [dgi] Experimental DGI support.
Dos Gateway Interface was introduced by Arachne browser.
I tested two cases:
file/cdplayer.dgi   |[7]$ecdplayer.exe $s
application/pdf pdf>txt|$epdftotext $1 $2
2022-05-21 18:18:55 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
2c2cf97e03 [options] No need for C_ macro in INIT_OPT_* 2022-03-02 19:02:47 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
cea2521b91 [encoding] enum stream_encoding -> stream_encoding_T 2022-01-28 16:17:25 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
3ca726ac98 [mime] cast 2022-01-25 18:25:58 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
2fa67c5730 [char] Introduced macro C_
C_("aaaa") -> (char *)("aaaa")
2022-01-19 22:49:13 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
e62b301657 [strrchr] Drop cast to const char * 2022-01-18 20:42:29 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
53a860a3d6 [strchr] casting first parameter to const char * was not a good idea 2022-01-18 20:30:48 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
b434b11309 [options] 0 (option_flags) -> OPT_ZERO 2022-01-15 20:10:37 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
66305fcb50 [gettext] try system gettext. Refs #62
Now, only meson was changed.
-Dnls=true -Dgettext=true
2021-08-08 21:25:08 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
0fea79cc8f [cflags] Removed -Wno-pointer-sign
Likely some new bugs were introduced by this change.
The long term goal is clean compilation by g++.
2021-01-02 16:20:27 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
3d96b0d7d7 Revert "Compile with C++."
This reverts commit 4f4df33638.
2019-04-21 12:27:40 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
4f4df33638 Compile with C++.
Weak points:
- alignof
- js problems

Todo:
- make js work with C++ and mozjs-17
- then mozjs-24
- then mozjs-52
- then mozjs-60
- decrease number of warnings
2019-02-17 20:46:16 +01:00
Witold Filipczyk
2fc9b0bf5a Better handling of content-disposition (line without semicolon)
This time it was copied from links2.
2016-08-21 22:02:46 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
ab63ee8f82 Revert "Fix saving files from speccy.pl archives"
This reverts commit 29d85fdb3b.
2016-08-21 18:22:33 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
29d85fdb3b Fix saving files from speccy.pl archives 2016-05-28 17:58:17 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
da15322705 Cast to (const char *) in strrchr calls 2016-04-20 21:03:27 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
1b06539694 Explicit cast to (const char *) in strcasestr for C++ 2016-04-20 20:11:08 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
52d6f37c8e Explicit cast to (const char *) for strchr function (C++) 2016-04-20 19:43:37 +02:00
Kalle Olavi Niemitalo
8b00e1ef70 bug 764: Initialize the right member of union option_value
INIT_OPTION used to initialize union option_value at compile time by
casting the default value to LIST_OF(struct option) *, which is the
type of the first member.  On sparc64 and other big-endian systems
where sizeof(int) < sizeof(struct list_head *), this tended to leave
option->value.number as zero, thus messing up OPT_INT and OPT_BOOL
at least.  OPT_LONG however tended to work right.

This would be easy to fix with C99 designated initializers,
but doc/hacking.txt says ELinks must be kept C89 compatible.
Another solution would be to make register_options() read the
value from option->value.tree (the first member), cast it back
to the right type, and write it to the appropriate member;
but that would still require somewhat dubious conversions
between integers, data pointers, and function pointers.

So here's a rather more invasive solution.  Add struct option_init,
which is somewhat similar to struct option but has non-overlapping
members for different types of values, to ensure nothing is lost
in compile-time conversions.  Move unsigned char *path from struct
option_info to struct option_init, and replace struct option_info
with a union that contains struct option_init and struct option.
Now, this union can be initialized with no portability problems,
and register_options() then moves the values from struct option_init
to their final places in struct option.

In my x86 ELinks build with plenty of options configured in, this
change bloated the text section by 340 bytes but compressed the data
section by 2784 bytes, presumably because union option_info is a
pointer smaller than struct option_info was.
(cherry picked from elinks-0.12 commit e5f6592ee2)

Conflicts:
	src/protocol/fsp/fsp.c: All options had been removed in 0.13.GIT.
	src/protocol/smb/smb2.c: Ditto.
2012-11-03 22:16:32 +02:00
Witold Filipczyk
13f1c878ac text/plain mime type for pager mode. 2010-07-18 05:11:13 +02:00
Kalle Olavi Niemitalo
5a43c55c9e Rewrap lines in option documentation.
Documentation strings of most options used to contain a "\n" at the
end of each source line.  When the option manager displayed these
strings, it treated each "\n" as a hard newline.  On 80x24 terminals
however, the option description window has only 60 columes available
for the text (with the default setup.h), and the hard newlines were
further apart, so the option manager wrapped the text a second time,
resulting in rather ugly output where long lones are interleaved with
short ones.  This could also cause the text to take up too much
vertical space and not fit in the window.

Replace most of those hard newlines with spaces so that the option
manager (or perhaps BFU) will take care of the wrapping.  At the same
time, rewrap the strings in source code so that the source lines are
at most 79 columns wide.

In some options though, there is a list of possible values and their
meanings.  In those lists, if the description of one value does not
fit in one line, then continuation lines should be indented.  The
option manager and BFU are not currently able to do that.  So, keep
the hard newlines in those lists, but rewrap them to 60 columns so
that they are less likely to require further wrapping at runtime.
2009-03-08 15:18:10 +02:00
M. Vefa Bicakci
20a7a6c460 Patch 3: Further fixes including strcasestr and convert_to_lowercase 2008-11-01 22:32:43 +02:00
Kalle Olavi Niemitalo
7645a836fc Cast the NULL argument of straconcat to unsigned char *.
straconcat reads the args with va_arg(ap, const unsigned char *),
and the NULL macro may have the wrong type (e.g. int).

Many places pass string literals of type char * to straconcat.  This
is in principle also a violation, but I'm ignoring it for now because
if it becomes a problem with some C implementation, then so will the
use of unsigned char * with printf "%s", which is so widespread in
ELinks that I'm not going to try fixing it now.
2007-03-11 12:59:11 +02:00
Kalle Olavi Niemitalo
a75302caf2 More const in encoding backends. 2007-02-24 23:03:39 +02:00
Jonas Fonseca
f9d3824c65 Make get_fragment_content_type static 2006-11-06 18:09:11 +01:00
Laurent MONIN
7585eedd2e Compilation fix: _GNU_SOURCE has to be defined on GNU platforms to get
strcasestr().
2006-11-06 15:27:54 +01:00
Jonas Fonseca
0ac97979a2 Fix warning from last patch 2006-11-06 05:35:57 +01:00
Jonas Fonseca
3ea73da7df Add support for more graceful detection of HTML content
It will grab at the first fragment of the cache entry and try to detect the
content-type by looking for valid HTML. It is very stupid for now, simply
searching for "<html>", which may be bogus in certain circumstances. And I
am not sure if this is better left out and up to the scripting backends,
e.g. SMJS can now modify the cache entry.

A feable fix for bug 396.
2006-11-06 05:15:50 +01:00
Kalle Olavi Niemitalo
819b6fab80 parse_header_param stores the string via a pointer parameter.
Its return value is now an enum that lets callers know whether an
error occurred.  However, this commit changes the callers only
minimally, so they do not yet check the return value.
2006-06-05 20:22:53 +00:00
Laurent MONIN
df065ead80 Remove now useless $Id: lines. 2005-10-21 09:14:07 +02:00
Petr Baudis
0f6d4310ad Initial commit of the HEAD branch of the ELinks CVS repository, as of
Thu Sep 15 15:57:07 CEST 2005. The previous history can be added to this
by grafting.
2005-09-15 15:58:31 +02:00