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    Greatest browser in the world

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      Thanks :-)

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      Interesting. Reminds me of qutebrowser. One of the issues I ran into when working on that is the fact that Qt only ships engine upgrades when they do a release of the entire Qt library, which means you can be several browser versions behind. Does nyxt have that problem?

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        Nyxt uses webkitGTK, it seems to get updated relatively frequently. E.g. some stack size issues with musl were fixed in webkit and a webkitGTK release based on it was out in days IIRC

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          What happened to the Avocado?

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            this site only supports avatar things through some service I don’t want to sign up for. EDIT: ok, I guess I had already signed up for wordpress.com. the avocado is back.

            or if you’re asking why I’m not bugging you with requests/issues.. I kinda got overwhelmed trying to use lisp with vim (integration is really kludgy with having to start services, and I could never get any of the popular options to work). It’s sad when a simple text editor and a compiler are not all that is required to hack on things with a language, and I don’t really want to change my entire workflow to emacs :(

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              phew, I can express relief that the Avocado is back :-)

              Don’t worry, you won’t need to use emacs to hack on Nyxt. Not for much longer!

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                Not for much longer!

                Is something changing?

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                  Sure, we are constantly working on embedding a better editor into Nyxt :-). Actually you can edit the Nyxt source code from within Nyxt… but that is a story for another time :-D

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          No, Nyxt does not have that problem.