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Manual Reference Pages  -  RETAWQ (1)

NAME

retawq - a multi-threaded web browser for text terminals

CONTENTS

Description
Options
License
Bugs
Author
See Also

DESCRIPTION

retawq is an interactive, multi-threaded network client (web browser) for text terminals on computers with Unix-like operating systems. It is written in C, fast, small, nicely configurable, and comfortable; e.g. the low-level network communications are performed in a non-blocking way, and you can keep open as many "virtual windows" as you want and work simultaneously in two of them in a split-screen mode.

The most recent version of retawq is available on the project home page <http://retawq.sourceforge.net/>.

OPTIONS

retawq provides dozens of compile-time, command-line and run-time options, e.g. for internationalization/localization support and proxy configuration. Too many to explain them all here, but see also "see also"...

LICENSE

retawq is basically released under certain versions of the GNU General Public License and WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. Read the file retawq/COPYING (in the release package) for license details.

BUGS

This program has no bugs. no bugs. no bugs. no *WHAP* thank you. Seriously: this early release of retawq has several known problems. If you run into one of them, please try a more recent version - the program is continuously improved...

AUTHOR

Arne Thomassen <arne@arne-thomassen.de>

SEE ALSO

Extensive documentation about retawq is available in HTML form by way of the file retawq/docu/index.html in the release package.
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retawq 0.2.6c RETAWQ (1) 19 March 2006

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