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LinuxPR: BrowseX Systems Inc. announces Beta Release 1.0.x of BrowseX

Sep 28, 2000, 07:31 (0 Talkback[s])

"BrowseX is an Open Source, cross-platform Web Browser written primarily in Tcl. Tml is our HTML Macro Processor built on top of Tcl; it comes bundled with BrowseX . Together, BrowseX and Tml are designed to simplify and enhance Web Authoring without locking you into proprietary formats or languages. It also includes database client support for Postgres. Lastly, there is a minor widget collection (Thin) that was assembled to produce BrowseX."

"BrowseX Systems Inc does not sell BrowseX : it's free. We do sell support, a fast C version of TML and TME: a TML Editor/Compose....Watch for us at Oracle Open World next week in San Francisco at the West Coast Interchange/Heavy Lifters booth along with PostgreSQL Inc. We also plan to be at Comdex in Las Vegas this November...."

"BrowseX is a lightweight, but powerful alternative Web Browser written by Peter MacDonald. It is based upon a modified Tkhtml widget to provide fast HTML rendering. The remainder of the browser is implemented in Tcl to achieve both portability and morphability. Meaning, you can easily change virtually anything to suit your needs, without having to worry about huge builds, compiles and crashes. BrowseX starts out with most of the mainstream features of Netscape, but without the fat. What you will not see are things like Java(script), DOM, CSS, or XML. And even if you absolutely need these things, BrowseX may still be of interest for it's Macro Processor, Tml...."

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