|Subject:||Re: [O] Running org-mode (and emacs) inside the Web browser ?|
|Date:||Fri, 27 Oct 2017 17:58:33 +0200|
I've had this crazy idea to try and "port" emacs to the Web browser
(using some tools like [[https://browsix.org/][
browsix]]), for the
purpose of running org-mode inside a browser tab.
Anyone having had the same idea yet ?
Interestingly, porting a C program to browsix currently seem to rely on
emscripten and LLVM... which might not be the best toolchain for
building Gnu Emacs... but trolls aside, I'd be curious of the
I'm not exactly sure why that would be worth doing... but I can imagine
running that Emacs Web browser port over some kind of versioned file
system, and Emacs conf files (org + tangling, of course), so that you
have "your" org-mode at hand from anywhere using a URL and a browser
tab... of course, using a keyboard for browsing that tab would be better
than a touch screen, re keyboard shortcuts.
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