Le 31 août 2010 à 00:09, Oliver Tappe a écrit : > Html is the format that bridges the gap between console/GUI best, and it is > clearly superior to man for it's navigability (just try out the > documentation for gcc and you'll see what I mean). Which is why info was invented, to have better navigability than man. The info mode in *emacs is very alike web pages. > However, I've always found console based browsers a bit awkward. That's why > I'm asking: can we live with links (our console based browser, it seems) as > console-based documentation viewer? Is w3m (or any other browser) better > for that task? Never tried w3m. Links should be ok, though we probably don't want to ship it with the GUI enabled, though it works quite well since I added it, it means bundling a ton of "fonts" (glyph PNGs actually) in a 3.7MB binary. François.