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Telescope is a w3m-like browser for Gemini
Telescope is written entirely for fun, as a hobbystic project in my free time. As such, it lacks a ton of features you’ll find in more mature Gemini browsers, but it also has some unique ones.
The UI is strongly inspired from Emacs and W3M, so you’ll find some familiar concepts, such as the minibuffer or the tabline, and the default keybindigs also reflect this, but keys familiar for vi and CUA users are also present by default.
Some distros provide a package — thanks to the maintainers!
Source code is available:
The dependencies are:
Once all the dependencies are installed, building is as easy as:
$ curl -LO https://github.com/omar-polo/telescope/releases/download/0.6.1/telescope-0.6.1.tar.gz $ tar xzvf telescope-0.6.1.tar.gz $ cd telescope-0.6.1 $ ./configure $ make $ sudo make install # eventually
A SHA256 file containing the checksums is available. However,
that only checks for accidental corruption: you can use signify
SHA256.sig and the public key
telescope-0.6.pub) or GPG. The hash of the signify
public key is also included in the SHA256 file and signed with
my GPG too. The signify public key for the next release
telescope-0.7.pub is also included.
How to verify the signature with signify:
$ signify -C -p telescope-0.6.pub -x SHA256.sig Signature Verified telescope-0.6.pub: OK telescope-0.6.1.tar.gz: OK telescope-0.7.pub: OK telescope.linux.aarch64: OK telescope.linux.amd64: OK
Finally, it’s possible to fetch the sources using git:
0.6.1 “Piccola storia ignobile” bugfix release — Released November 29, 2021
0.6 “Piccola storia ignobile” — Released November 29, 2021
HOSTCFLAGSvariables for the configure script to allow cross-compiling (
pagebundlerneeds to be built with the host compiler no matter what.) Prompted and tested by Nikolay Korotkiy, thanks!