Users running out of SVN will have noticed that the emacspeak codebase has seen a significant number of updates over the last couple of weeks. During this time, I've refactored the Web interaction code in Emacspeak to meet the following goals:
idsoccuring on the page. These are then used to provide interactive completion when invoking commands
e iin Web pages) and
e cin Web pages).
emacspeak-weholds all code related to editing Web pages before they are displayed.
emacspeak-webutilsholds all Web utility code.
urlrather than via libxslt. This has the advantage that the feeds are pulled with any cookies the browser may have set during the session.
search wizardsand related Web utilities should now be capable of working similarly under W3 and W3M.
emacspeak-mozprovides a basic level of integration with Firefox --- see my related blog post on FireBox.
emacspeak-w3mstill needs work to take advantage of all of these changes; I myself do not use W3M much, so those updates will happen as and when W3M users contribute the necessary time and patches.
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