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[Emacspeak] Re: Nyxt browser

thanks. I hadn't noticed that. I should have looked!

Isaac Leonard via Emacspeak <emacspeak(a)emacspeak.org> writes:

> In the emacspeak 55 install there is a nyxt folder, I've not tried it out though.
> Tim Cross via Emacspeak <emacspeak(a)emacspeak.org> writes:
>> Hi Raman,
>> just wondering if you have looked at the Nyxt browser? I've just built
>> and installed it and am surprised at how good it seems. If your not
>> familiar with it, it is a Common Lisp based web browser which includes
>> Javascript support.
>> What is interesting is that it is not too hard to define commands which
>> can be run in Emacs which interact with the browser. You can also run a
>> swank server in the browser and connect to it via slime.
>> My thinking is that it could provide a nice extension for those sites
>> which require Javascript and are not terribly useful with eww. I also
>> suspect it would be fairly straight-forward to add at least rudimentary
>> speech support. There is already code out there showing use of Emacs and
>> Nyxt for capturing org notes and driving Nyxt from within Emacs.
>> Could be another useful tool - especially for those like us who run
>> Emacs and Stumpwm and therefore already have CL, swank and slime setup
>> etc.
>> Tim
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