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Re: lynx-dev https addresses, accessible flight schedules

From: Doug Kaufman
Subject: Re: lynx-dev https addresses, accessible flight schedules
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 12:06:23 -0800 (PST)

On 31 Mar 2002, clemensF wrote:

> > Doug Kaufman:
> > I generally use a Cygwin lynx with openssl that I compile myself. I
> what does your built require besides the lynx binary itself?  cygwin dll's?
> can it be used standalone?  would you care to offer it for download?

I am not really ready to offer it for download. There is already a
Cygwin binary available on all the Cygwin mirror sites. I have compiled
mine with static libraries, and have the paths to my utilities coded in.
The version on the Cygwin site is dynamically linked. If I recall you
need, in addition to the binary, ".dll" files for cygwin1, zlib,
ncurses, and libintl. You also need the cygwin terminfo file. I believe
that to access local files, you may need to refer to them by the cygwin
convertion. That is, to access "d:\downloads\myfile.html", you may need
to go to "file:///cygdrive/d/downloads/myfile.html".
Doug Kaufman
Internet: address@hidden

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