Modular text based web browser
NIMH Labs, Lamia Browser Lamia is a text based browser, based on certain bits of the Hacked Links browser. Lamia is designed to be light weight and excessively extendable. Mostly just using the Hacked Links code that allows for rendering to ncurses, framebuffer and X11. Also the code to handle network connectivity and various encodings. Lamia will contain the ability to disable and enable various mechanisms for use in the browser while it is running. If a resource is taking up too much CPU power, a signal can be sent to disable it. Possibly from another terminal. This is to say, the goal of Lamia is to be highly modular. Lamia will work on a Client/Server model. The actual work for Lamia will be at the Lamia server. A Lamia client will be able to ask for the current rendered version of a page, or modify what page is being accessed. Lamia will _not_ do anything involving window decorations, or any of the actual X11 information. Lamia will allow for a Client for framebuffer and ncurses however.