I suppose someone knows that Google Books does not show the pages any
longer in any version of Netsurf I have. One 2 years old, NS 3.2, and
a test build from today.
It used to work fine, but Google must have put some spanners in their
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Hi. I worked on several appliances since 2000, and I'm now switching back
to RISC OS. As I have total control on the applications, I would like to
try to provide client appliances for these applications.
we do exactly? Do you have examples of working code? The more code I'll
get, the more modern will be my interfaces, and the more chance I'll have
to convince my clients :)
Nota: I work only with web standards, but if I can narrow my choices to be
compatible with NetSurf, why not.
Thanks for the help, David
According to http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-the-editors-32016166
published by the BBC, on 23 March 2015
Our new "responsive" design [of the BBC News website], which we've
just launched for desktop computer, aims to make sure the site looks
great whichever device or screen size you are on - mobile, tablet or
However, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news , displayed by NetSurf #2655, on a
RiscPC, seems to be a version for mobile, and looks far from 'great'.
Do others see the same mess?
Has anyone else noticed. On NS 3.2 Google Books just puts up blank
pages of the books.
on the latest NS 3.3 the outline of the page is not even shown, but
the page number is. The page itself is still invisible.
But following further links the following 'page' from a typical Google
Book results in this, typically
Click above to find out.
Can this be fixed easily? I guess not.
You wouldn't have thought Google would have changed the code so that
it doesn't actually do anything on Netsurf now - didn't they donate
some money to Netsurf once? Perhaps its time for them to now donate
some code for it that enables it to read Google Book pages :-)
Yesterday never goes.
I replace Makefile on your version, but don't no what to see?
I can't post the compilation listing on the any pastebin service
completely, so here's the last 500 lines: http://pastebin.com/aZ3i2jJ1
2015-03-19 15:41 GMT+04:00 Vincent Sanders <vince(a)netsurf-browser.org>:
> On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 12:30:17PM +0400, ny wrote:
>> Vincent, I don't understand what the option "Q=", but I ran the
>> command as you pointed out, and that's what I got:
>> CFLAGS="-Wno-error" make Q=
> That was correct, except there was a bug in the Makefile and it does
> not pass the Q value to the otehr builds. I have fixed this. Can you
> replace the top level Makefile with
> http://git.netsurf-browser.org/netsurf-all.git/plain/Makefile and try
> again please.
> Regards Vincent
Vincent, I don't understand what the option "Q=", but I ran the
command as you pointed out, and that's what I got:
CFLAGS="-Wno-error" make Q=
I put the output file on the hosting, as attaching files is
2015-03-19 3:24 GMT+04:00 Vincent Sanders <vince(a)netsurf-browser.org>:
> On Thu, Mar 19, 2015 at 01:26:34AM +0400, ny wrote:
>> Hi guys!
>> I try to build netsurf in the distribution PCLinuxOS, but get the
>> following error:
>> PKG.CNFG: Curl (libcurl) enabled
>> PKG.CNFG: GTK-2 (gtk+-2.0) failed
>> gtk/Makefile.target:62: *** Unable to find library for: GTK-2 (gtk+-2.0). Stop.
> please can we have the output of "make Q=" which should make the build
> noisy and give us some more information to work with.
>> I extremely wondering! Because GTK library is installed, this is
>> evidenced by the following commands:
>> $ pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0
>> $ ls /usr/lib64/pkgconfig/gtk+-2.0.pc
>> Sources of netsurf took here:
>> What to do? Please help.
> Regards Vincent
I receive a monthly newsletter. The latest cannot be read. NS says 'This
browser is not AJAX enabled'. What's that all about, please? Is there a
way round it so that the newsletter can be read?
Should I complain to the sender, perhaps? They are a large company.
I try to build netsurf in the distribution PCLinuxOS, but get the
PKG.CNFG: Curl (libcurl) enabled
PKG.CNFG: GTK-2 (gtk+-2.0) failed
gtk/Makefile.target:62: *** Unable to find library for: GTK-2 (gtk+-2.0). Stop.
I extremely wondering! Because GTK library is installed, this is
evidenced by the following commands:
$ pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0
$ ls /usr/lib64/pkgconfig/gtk+-2.0.pc
Sources of netsurf took here:
What to do? Please help.