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w3m running in an xterm displaying the Wikipedia main page.
|Developer(s)||Akinori Ito and team members|
|none (n/a) [±]|
|Operating system||OS/2, Unix & Unix-like (Solaris, SunOS, HP-UX, Linux, FreeBSD and EWS-UX (EWS-4800), Windows (with Cygwin)|
|Available in||English and Japanese|
|Type||Web browser, Terminal pager|
w3m is a free software/open source text-based web browser and terminal pager. It has support for tables, frames, SSL connections, color and inline images on suitable terminals. Generally, it renders pages in a form as true to their original layout as possible.
The original project appears to be inactive, while a currently maintained version exists and is packaged in various GNU/Linux distributions such as Debian and Fedora. This version is available from the repository of Debian developer Tatsuya Kinoshita.
Two forks of w3m add support for multiple character-encodings and for other features not in the original:
- Hironori Sakamoto's w3m-m17n ("m17n" stands for multilingualization)
- Kiyokazu Suto's w3mmee ("mee" stands for "Multi-Encoding Extension")
- "w3m: Files". SourceForge. 15 January 2011. Retrieved 30 August 2014.
- "Releases · tats/w3m". GitHub. 5 January 2019. Retrieved 11 January 2019.
- TOKORO, Kyosuke. "w3m 0.2.1–3 for OS/2 WARP". Retrieved 16 August 2010.
- Watson, Dave (September 2001). "Text-Mode Web Browsers for OS/2". The Southern California OS/2 User Group. Retrieved 16 August 2010.
- w3m manual page