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1. INTRODUCTION
If you have dictionary look-up command (like 'webster'), you can
look a word in a document using w3m. This dictionary-lookup code
If you have a dictionary look-up command (such as 'webster'), you can
look up words in a document using w3m. This dictionary-lookup code
was contributed by `Rubikitch' (rubikitch@ruby-lang.org), and
further modifed by Tushar Samant (scribble at pobox.com).
further modified by Tushar Samant (scribble at pobox.com).
2. INSTALLATION
To make use of dictionary look-up, you currently must change a
To make use of the dictionary look-up, you currently must change a
compile option by hand. After running configure, edit config.h
and change
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#define USE_DICT
and recompile w3me (i.e. type "make install").
and recompile w3m (i.e. type "make install").
Note that w3m/0.3+cvs-1.373 or later, USE_DICT is defined by default.
Then find or install a CGI program which takes a word as a query
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