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Re: lynx-dev lynx with -color and -lss

From: Leonid Pauzner
Subject: Re: lynx-dev lynx with -color and -lss
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 1999 00:27:36 +0400 (MSD)

17-Apr-99 14:01 address@hidden wrote:
> Hello,

> I've been trying to compile Lynx 2.8.1 on my Linux system
> (Red Hat 5.2), since the original binary didn't support
> color styles (lss).  Despite my earnest attempts, however,
> I won't get any color.  I did

> /configure --enable-persistent-cookies \
>       --enable-color-style \
>       --enable-default-colors \
>       --enable-underlines \
>       --with-screen=ncurses

> but the resulting binary doesn't support the -color
> command line option.  I've tried slang as well, to no
> avail.

Less advanced colors available *without* --enable-color-style.

Lynx color styles need -lss=filename switch, it wouldn't be color without it.
Someone more familiar with color styles will reply you later
but this code considered as experimental -
try the latest development version of lynx if you
really concerned about lynx color styles.

> Could someone please elaborate why color is broken?  I've
> spent _hours_ browsing news groups and the web but
> couldn't find any helpful information.

> Thanks,
> Ralph

> --
> Ralph Benzinger          "This is my theory, it is mine, I own it,
> PGP key on request        and what it is, too." -- Ann Elk (Mrs.

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