brain at artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz
Sat May 18 03:59:16 PDT 2002
On 18 May 2002, clemensF wrote:
> > Petr Kulhavy:
> window.open() calls and rewriting the current URL accordingly. this is
> what one can do in lynx. on the other hand, i see that in links.current
> there are files named "javascr[ipt]" of considerable size containing java
> related grammar.
> completely? what are the current limitations?
It depends on which document model do you mean. We have implemented
Several nonimportant things are missing, several things have been added
Universal Document Object Model. There is plenty of "standards" and
implementations that are incompatible and it's hard to find even some
piece of paper with grammar and document object model. And because
Our implementation is a bit extended (we have added several frequently
used constructions (like associative field, function call in member
> there is a reason for me beeing nosy: i'd need http://office.freenet.de to
> trick to navigate thru such sites by scanning the source for the
> window.open() function, and it really got me much further. but real
> forced to use).
Tell me, what exactly is wrong with viewing that pages with links-current.
Petr `Brain' Kulhavy
<brain at artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics,
Charles University Prague, Czech Republic
All snakes who wish to remain in Ireland will please raise their right hands.
-- Saint Patrick
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