Re: What is a good, small, web browser?
On Thu, 31 Jan 2002 18:43:11 -0800
ben <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thursday 31 January 2002 06:46 pm, csj wrote:
> > http://www.browsex.com/
> > And like the real thing it's free (Artistic License). Says the site:
> > "BrowseX has been written primarily in C and Tcl and clearly
> > demonstrates that Linux applications can indeed bridge to Windows." The
> > claim is also worth noting: "lightweight: starting at 3.8 Meg and works
> > on a 12M/386 (in X!)."
> that's what i meant when i mumbled about xbrowser or some such.
Your earlier post said "small browser (albeit non-free) called xbrowse."
Are there any religious reasons why the Artistic License is considered
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