In article <386b900c0903210008v3c8cd4acmafca059b233c53d0(a)mail.gmail.com>,
Karan Jain <karanjain.itbhu(a)gmail.com> wrote:
2. In addition to this, I saw in the features listed that Disk
Caching has not yet been enabled. Now since we shall be parsing the
HTML page (which is going to create some overhead), how about
indexing it or may be storing it in a processable format such as XML.
This shall have 2-fold advantage:
NetSurf parses HTML using Hubbub.
Why would you not store the page in the disc cache in the same format as
it was originally downloaded in? This means stuff like View Source can
still work when viewing cached content. Also it avoids an unnecessary
a) Firstly, disk caching could be done not only in terms
web pages but also in terms of content. This shall enable a new
feature of searching wherein a user could search for his relevant
content from his cache.
NetSurf already has a search option in the core code. It can search the
current page and highlight matches. The GTK front end for this has not yet
been written so you won't see this feature in the GTK version.
There is currently no way to search all visited pages.
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evening (between 19:00 and 00:00) in UTC+0. There are also normally some
developers around during the day time (UTC+0).
Michael Drake (tlsa) http://www.netsurf-browser.org/