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Re: lynx-dev Re: what to do about html help files.

From: Vlad Harchev
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Re: what to do about html help files.
Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 22:59:00 +0500 (SAMST)

On Sat, 29 May 1999, David Combs wrote:

> I'm not too sure what you guys are talking about, these
> help files.
> But if you're talking about htmlizing the .cfg file,

  It's already done. Take a look at
if you didn't see it before.
> It just gives rise to yet another multiple-versions-to-keep-
> in-sync problem.
> Just assume 79 width, screw the palm pilots or whatever, and
> keep he ONE .cfg file in ASCII, no html nowhere!
> We do not have to apologize to anyone.  We do not work at
> M$.  This is not a commercial product.  This is a product
> that originated on UNIX.  Yes, goddamn UNIX (the only decent
> system around), and if "they" don't like it, they can
> shove it, ie they can go use something else.
> To hell with the marketing types, I say, those "suits" who
> know nothing about actually using anything, only about checkoff-
> lists for PC-magazine software-ratings.  Only thing those
> idiots want is the most checkoffs.
> <end of rant>
> David

 Best regards,

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