~chambln/gmi

37ba4bda6a19d82d8ccda645fdd9833d78ac6f25 — Gregory Chamberlain 12 days ago 89ccfa5
Reword known issues
2 files changed, 14 insertions(+), 14 deletions(-)

M README.gmi
M README.md
M README.gmi => README.gmi +7 -7
@@ 32,11 32,11 @@ See gmi(1).
## Known issues

* When visiting files on disk, relative references will not necessarily
  work properly.
* The ‘Reload’ option does not work properly when visiting a Gemini page
  whose URI was given on the command-line without the ‘gemini://’
  work properly.  This is because these links are (erroneously) followed
  relative to the directory we are in rather than that of the file itself.
* The ‘Reload’ option does not work properly when visiting a Gemini
  page whose URI was given on the command-line without the ‘gemini://’
  scheme prefix.  Simply prepending the scheme after the fact is not a
  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.
  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.

M README.md => README.md +7 -7
@@ 32,11 32,11 @@ See gmi(1).
## Known issues

* When visiting files on disk, relative references will not necessarily
  work properly.
* The ‘Reload’ option does not work properly when visiting a Gemini page
  whose URI was given on the command-line without the ‘gemini://’
  work properly.  This is because these links are (erroneously) followed
  relative to the directory we are in rather than that of the file itself.
* The ‘Reload’ option does not work properly when visiting a Gemini
  page whose URI was given on the command-line without the ‘gemini://’
  scheme prefix.  Simply prepending the scheme after the fact is not a
  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.
  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.