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Re: www/amaya - query for users/maintainers
mueller6725%twc.com@localhost transcribed 1.0K bytes:
> from ng%n0.is@localhost:
> Mayuresh transcribed 326 bytes:
> > On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 12:37:57AM +0000, mueller6725%twc.com@localhost wrote:
> > > Otter Browser looks promising. You could also try a newer version of Midori.
> > Otter is "aiming to recreate classic Opera". That reminds there is an
> > ancient opera lurking in pkgsrc as well. Wonder if there are takers for
> > that old opera as well.
> Opera is closed-source as far as I know. There is also a closed-source Vivaldi designed to be an update of Opera.
Yes, Opera is Chrome (Chromium?) source + closed source bits of their own modification.
I'm no fan of it but I need it to test websites.
> > I'm in the (rather slow) process of updating Opera (wip/opera60-bin)
> > But it is light years away from being lightweight (and also not very portable).
> > Martin (Husemann)
> Does "it" refer to Otter Browser or Midori, or is being far from lightweight applicable to both?
This is 2 messages mixed into one. I only wrote about Opera.
In case this was addressed to my remarks.
> Neither Dillo, Netsurf, Otter Browser nor Midori were quick to build from source. Maybe quick compared to Chromium?
> There is also WebPositive in Haiku, but its API is rather peculiar to Haiku, meaning not portable.
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