Re: [dev] [surf] Call a script from within surf and an alternative to tabs

From: Jessta <>
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 10:24:44 +1000

On 24/09/2009, Antoni Grzymala <> wrote:
> hailukah dixit (2009-09-23, 12:42):
>> After some tinkering I've come up with a method that works for me. It
>> involves a single file and three commands to manipulate it. I have a
>> file at ~/.surf/stack. I can add urls (stack), and pull from them
>> either FILO (unstack), or FIFO (go). I use the FIFO method like
>> bookmarks and the FILO method in place of tabs. The FILO method also
>> removes the visited url from the stack. This solves, for me, the
>> problems of not having bookmarks or short term url storage.
> Isn't one of those what we've been calling the back and forward buttons
> for the past umpteen years?

I made something similar last week( i think I posted it), but it's not
FIFO, it's a script that opens the list of urls in dmenu and removes
the one you select.
My browsing habits don't allow for a FIFO approach, but I'll steal
your patch for pushing to the temporary url list.

Received on Thu Sep 24 2009 - 00:24:44 UTC

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