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Software News   Software News : HTMLview MUI custom class released under LGPL
   posted by tomazkid on 18-Mar-2007 4:37:27 (1520 reads)
The HTMLview.mcc MUI class is now released under the LGPL license.

Allan Odgaard, who is the original author of HTMLview.mcc had a harddisk crash in year 2000.
In 2005 an attempt to recover the sources from the harddrive started, it was successful and the sources are now released under the LPGL license.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/htmlview-mcc/
    

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Re: HTMLview MUI custom class released under LGPL
Posted on 18-Mar-2007 4:43:27
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Finally, this is a great news, and not only for YAM

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Is there any work on updates ?

EDIT: Thanks Zerohero for the info. Great news.

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@kicko

Yes, Jens Langner is working hard on this, I think Thore Böckelmann is as well. Ilkka Lehtoranta is working on the MorphOS part. You can check the ChangeLog if you're interested to see what's happening.


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HTMLview used to be a really great way to quickly view HTML files, despite some annoying bugs that could crash the whole computer. But these days (on a modern/fast WinUAE system) IBrowse starts fast enough (1-2 secs) that I really don't need to bother with something smaller...


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