~chambln/gmi

2e746d21dd4119a59b22d2732ddadfe8e2e72fd2 — Gregory Chamberlain 12 days ago 37ba4bd
Document issue/feature of the ‘Back’ option
2 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

M README.gmi
M README.md
M README.gmi => README.gmi +5 -0
@@ 40,3 40,8 @@ See gmi(1).
  correct solution because it looks like it could be a relative link anyway.
  One potential solution to this is to make the scheme mandatory, which
  would also make some other aspects of the program implementation simpler.
* Arguably a feature but the ‘Back’ button only remembers the last
  resource you visited, even if you came ‘Back’ from that
  resource.  So you cannot always return where you started by
  repeatedly going ‘Back’ -- instead you’ll just toggle back
  and forth between two resources.

M README.md => README.md +5 -0
@@ 40,3 40,8 @@ See gmi(1).
  correct solution because it looks like it could be a relative link anyway.
  One potential solution to this is to make the scheme mandatory, which
  would also make some other aspects of the program implementation simpler.
* Arguably a feature but the ‘Back’ button only remembers the last
  resource you visited, even if you came ‘Back’ from that
  resource.  So you cannot always return where you started by
  repeatedly going ‘Back’ -- instead you’ll just toggle back
  and forth between two resources.