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Date: 1996-02-01 (13:36)
From: Francois Rouaix <Francois.Rouaix@i...>
Subject: MMM, a Web browser with applets in Caml Special Light

It is my pleasure to announce a new release of the MMM Web browser 

MMM is a free WWW browser written in Caml Special Light, using Tcl/Tk for
the user interface.

This is mostly a bug fix release, although some new features have been added
(display of HTML parsing errors, transparent gifs, a file selection dialog
box by Jun Furuse, and pseudo-CGI support).

The main characterics of MMM as a Web browser are:
  * supports HTML2.0 level 2 (including forms)
  * multi-window, asynchronous
  * applets in Caml Special Light
  Applets are CSL bytecode files, stored on a web server, retrieved by
  the browser and dynamically linked into the browser.
  Applets bring a new dimension to the Web: documents can now be made

For more informations: <URL:>
The distribution is at
Binaries for sparc (SunOS 4.1.x), alpha (DEC OSF) and i486 (linux a.out)
are available, as well as complete source distribution.

J'ai le plaisir de vous annoncer une nouvelle version du navigateur
Web MMM (0.30alpha2).

MMM est un navigateur WWW gratuit, ecrit en Caml Special Light, utilisant
Tcl/Tk pour l'interface homme machine.

Cette distribution repare les bugs connus de la version precedente, et
introduit quelques nouvelles possibilites (affichage des erreurs d'analyse
HTML, GIFs transparents, boite de selection de fichiers par Jun Furuse, et
pseudo-CGI locaux).

Les principales caracteristiques du browser sont:
  * traite HTML2.0 level2 (y compris les formulaires)
  * multi-fenetre, asynchrone
  * applets en Caml Special Light
 Les applets sont des modules compiles, stockes sur un serveur Web,
 telecharges par le navigateur et linkes dynamiquement dans le navigateur.
 Les applets ajoutent une nouvelle dimension au Web : les documents peuvent
 maintenant etre actifs.

Pour plus d'informations:
La distribution est a
Des binaires pour sparc (SunOS 4.1.x), alpha (DEC OSF) et i486 (linux a.out)
sont disponibles, ainsi que les sources complets.

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