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       w3m [options] [URL or filename]

       Use  "w3m  -h"  to  display  a  complete  list  of current


       w3m is a World Wide Web (WWW) text based  client.  It  has
       English and Japanese help files and an option menu and can
       be configured to use  either  language.  It  will  display
       hypertext  markup  language  (HTML)  documents  containing
       links to files residing on the local system,  as  well  as
       files  residing  on  remote  systems.  It can display HTML
       tables and frames.  In addition,  it  can  be  used  as  a
       "pager" in much the same manner as "more" or "less".  Cur­
       rent versions of w3m run on Unix (Solaris,  SunOS,  HP-UX,
       Linux,  FreeBSD,  and  EWS4800)  and  on Microsoft Windows


       At start up, w3m will load any local file  or  remote  URL
       specified  at  the  command  line.   For help with runtime
       options,  press  "H"  while  running  w3m.   Command  line
       options are:

       -t tab set tab width

       -r     ignore backspace effect

       -l line
              # of preserved line (default 10000)

       -B     load bookmark

       -bookmark file
              specify bookmark file

       -T type
              specify content-type

       -m     internet message mode

       -v     visual startup mode

       -M     monochrome display

       -F     automatically render frame

       -dump  dump formatted page into stdout

              dump HEAD and source into stdout

              dump HEAD, source, and extra information into  std­

       -post file
              use POST method with file content

       -header string
              insert string as a header

       +<num> goto <num> line

       -num   show line number

              don't use proxy

              don't use mouse

              use cookie.

              don't use cookie

       -pauth user:pass
              proxy authentication

       -S     squeeze multiple blank lines

       -W     toggle wrap search mode

       -X     don't use termcap init/deinit

       -title [=TERM]
              set  buffer name to termianl title string.  If TERM
              is specified, use the TERM style  title  configura­

       -o opt=value
              assign value to config option

              show all available config option

       -config file
              specify config file

       -help  show usage
              $ cat foo.html | w3m -dump -T text/html >foo.txt


       This is the w3m 0.2.1 Release.

       Additional  information  about  w3m  may  be  found on its
       Japanese language Web site located at:
       or on its English version of the site at:


       w3m has incorporated code from several sources.   Hans  J.
       Boehm,  Alan  J.  Demers, Xerox Corp. and Silicon Graphics
       have the copyright of the GC library comes with w3m  pack­
       age.   Users have contributed patches and suggestions over


       Akinori ITO <aito@fw.ipsj.or.jp>

                              Local                        W3M(1)



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