1. Alain Leufroy
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al...@leufroy.fr  committed c9f2f51

[elinks] add elinks configuration

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+## ELinks 0.12pre5 configuration file
+
+## This is ELinks configuration file. You can edit it manually,
+## if you wish so; this file is edited by ELinks when you save
+## options through UI, however only option values will be altered
+## and missing options will be added at the end of file; if option
+## is not written in this file, but in some file included from it,
+## it is NOT counted as missing. Note that all your formatting,
+## own comments and so on will be kept as-is.
+##
+## Obviously, if you don't like what ELinks is going to do with
+## this file, you can change it by altering the config.saving_style
+## option. Come on, aren't we friendly guys after all?
+
+
+
+##############################
+# Automatically saved options
+#
+
+## config 
+#  Configuration handling options.
+
+  ## config.saving_style_w [0|1]
+  #  This is internal option used when displaying a warning about obsolete
+  #  config.saving_style. You shouldn't touch it.
+  set config.saving_style_w = 1
+
+
+## document 
+#  Document options.
+
+  ## document.browse 
+  #  Document browsing options (mainly interactivity).
+
+    ## document.browse.links 
+    #  Options for handling of links to other documents.
+
+      ## document.browse.links.numbering [0|1]
+      #  Display numbers next to the links.
+      set document.browse.links.numbering = 1
+
+
+
+  ## document.colors 
+  #  Default document color settings.
+
+    ## document.colors.use_document_colors <num>
+    #  Use colors specified in document:
+    #  0 is use always the default settings
+    #  1 is use document colors if available, except background
+    #  2 is use document colors, including background. This can
+    #    mostly look very impressive, but some sites will appear
+    #    really ugly. Note, that obviously if the background is
+    #    not black, it will break the behaviour of transparency.
+    set document.colors.use_document_colors = 0
+
+
+  ## document.css 
+  #  Options concerning how to use CSS for styling documents.
+
+    ## document.css.enable [0|1]
+    #  Enable adding of CSS style info to documents.
+    set document.css.enable = 1
+
+
+
+## terminal 
+#  Terminal options.
+
+  ## terminal.screen-16color 
+  #  Options specific to this terminal type (according to $TERM value).
+
+    ## terminal.screen-16color.colors <num>
+    set terminal.screen-16color.colors = 1
+
+
+## ui 
+#  User interface options.
+
+  ## ui.language <language>
+  #  Language of user interface. 'System' means that the language will be
+  #  extracted from the environment dynamically.
+  set ui.language = "System"
+
+
+
+
+
+##############################
+# Automatically saved options
+#
+
+## terminal 
+#  Terminal options.
+
+  ## terminal.linux 
+  #  Options specific to this terminal type (according to $TERM value).
+
+    ## terminal.linux.type <num>
+    set terminal.linux.type = 1
+
+