2020-06-03, updated: 2021-07-22
We are happy to announce the release of Next version 1.5.0!
certificate-whitelist-mode. (Thanks to Alexander Egorenkov.)
This mode temporarily authorizes invalid certificates for the current buffer (e.g. TLS certificates).
The mode can also be enabled for all buffers with a custom whitelist so that the whitelisting is remembered across sessions.
This is particularly convenient to temporarily disable hooks that are set in the
Overhaul buffer search to behave in a Helm/Ivy fashion.
search-bufferscommand to search across the given buffers. (Thanks to Chris Bøg.)
delete-other-bufferscommand. (Thanks to Chris Bøg.)
Sort buffer by last-access time.
In particular, the latest buffer buffer will be popped when deleting the current buffer.
Display log messages in
*Messages*buffer. (Thanks to Bruno Cichon.)
Show source location with
command-inspect. (Thanks to Bruno Cichon.)
Fix define-mode when there is no docstring. (Thanks to Chris Bøg.)
Fix tab-insert on candidates.
Rename "link-hint" to "element-hint".
Fix updating echo area on buffer change.
Next is a keyboard-oriented, extensible web-browser designed for power users. The application has familiar key-bindings (Emacs, VI), is fully configurable and extensible in Lisp, and has powerful features for productive professionals.
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