Projects / wApua


wApua is a WAP WML browser written in Perl with a Tk user interface. It uses libwww-perl as its backend, has history and cache, and can display most WML tags, including tables and WBMP images. It includes a WBMP to XBM (wbmp2xbm) converter for command line use. It runs under X11 on Linux, BSD, Solaris, and Mac OS X as well as on Windows (both native and under Cygwin with X11). It should also work on other operating systems which are supported by Perl 5.6 or higher and Tk 800 or higher.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  28 Sep 2006 06:47

    Release Notes: Documentation was added. Minor bugfixes and minor usability enhancements were made.

    •  30 Apr 2006 07:43

      Release Notes: This version mainly fixes the use with Tk 800.027 and above, so it should run again on recent Ubuntu releases. It also fixes the local installation documentation.

      •  12 Sep 2000 10:54

        Release Notes: The numerous features added in this version include configuration via ~/.wApua.rc and a sample configuration, a simple HTTP authentication dialog, a WTAI and telephone URL decoder, a stop button, a right click popup menu, optional graphical navigation buttons, additional information in the status line, and a lot of small improvements. In addition to that, several bugs were fixed, parts of the code were reorganised and the README and INSTALL files were revised.

        •  01 Sep 2000 21:32

          Release Notes: The name has changed from "" to "wApua". A RAM cache, installation via MakeMaker, a key bindings help page, fixes for some more bugs in the key bindings, improved WBMP support, several minor bugfixes, and performance improvements have been added.

          •  19 Aug 2000 04:28

            Release Notes: This version includes WBMP (Type 0) support and a converter for WBMP to XBM, timer support, a "Show source" function, and various bugfixes to the doctype string parsing, menus, and key bindings


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