Index of /pub/www/ftp.w3.org/nextapp

      Name                                               Last modified       Size  Description

[DIR] Parent Directory 11-Dec-2001 02:37 - [TXT] CERN 21-Aug-1995 20:07 1k [TXT] COPYRIGHT 21-Aug-1995 20:07 1k [TXT] README 21-Aug-1995 20:10 2k [CMP] WWW.app_2.02_bin.next_33fat.tar.Z 20-Jun-1994 00:00 2.0M tar archive [CMP] WorldWideWeb_0.16_bin.next_33m68k.tar.Z 15-Jun-1993 00:00 77k tar archive [CMP] WorldWideWeb_1.0_bin.next_33m68k.tar.Z 21-Jun-1993 00:00 143k tar archive [CMP] WorldWideWeb_2.01_bin.next_33m68k.tar.Z 13-Jun-1994 00:00 933k tar archive

IMPORTANT: Get and read the files COPYRIGHT and CERN before downloading 
other files.
 
This directory contains binaries for the NeXTSTEP Web browser
application.
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	THE EDITOR

WorldWideWeb_0.16.tar.Z is the only wysiwyg hypertext editor for the
NeXT.  It has limitations and bugs -- it can't access Gopher, FTP sites,
etc.  But it is a hypertext editor!

Note this app is compiled for NextStep 3.0 and won't work with 2.1.
There is no way round this; don't ask!  (The Project file is
converted by the ProjectBuilder to a version 3 project file
when you first compile for version 3.  The version 3 project
file won't work with 2.0 (Interface builder and project builder
shared a file and an app in 2.x), and so there is no going back!
The 3.x app won't work under 2.x as it needs 3.x shared libaries.)


	THE BROWSER

The file labelled 1.0 is a pre-alpha browser which uses the libwww
library, so you can get multimedia files etc etc.  Does doc
format conversion, etc.  

THE EDITOR DOES NOT WORK.  NOT SUPPORTED....
It can't edit -- try and it will destroy your files!
Only for the curious.  This DOES handle Gopher, FTP, etc.

Sorry they have the same icon now ... can be very confusing
if you use both.

timbl
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  [Also, note that the WorldWideWeb_2.01* and WWW.app_2.02* files untar
  into an application called Nexus.app, rather than WorldWideWeb.app .
  ---Jay Sekora <js@w3.org>, August 1995]