> No, we only had a C=, drive and modem in mind. WOP! > Now some personal ideas. > 1) I don't mind to program a browser myself. You must be kinda mad! ;-) But that's the way we everybody are! > What I had in mind any way was > to start with a text orientated one: no graphix etc. The reason is simple: > in this way you van use a CBM as well (80 columns !!!). Lynx is placed under GNU GPL, so the sources are available almost everywhere. Stripping away some (many) features, maybe... > 3) the only thing I haven't any knowledge about is how to contact the net at > all. A TCP-IP stack is needed. There's around a pretty old and good implementation (with sources) called NOS, a BSD-based coded bundled together into a single executable used in ham radio environments (ampr.org and such). You might start there. After you have your working TCP-IP stack, you can read HTML by calling the server on the port 80 and performing a GET request. Yes, you need to read the RFC about HTTP (_and_ DNS) to understand how it's done. yo, RDO - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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