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    1 #! /bin/sh
    2 #
    3 # example of how to call the appropriate viewer
    4 # based on a script by Michael Elkins <me@cs.hmc.edu>
    5 # 2001-01-31 <urs@tin.org>
    6 #
    7 # URLs must start with a scheme and shell metas must be already quoted
    8 # (tin doesn't recognize URLs without a scheme and it quotes the metas)
    9 #
   10 # TODO: check $BROWSER?
   11 
   12 if test $# -ne 1; then
   13     echo "Usage: `basename $0` URL" >&2
   14     exit 1
   15 fi
   16 
   17 url=$1
   18 method=`echo $url | sed 's,^\([^:]*\):.*,\1,' | tr 'A-Z' 'a-z'`
   19 
   20 case $method in
   21     http|https|gopher)
   22         if test x$DISPLAY = x; then
   23             lynx $url || exit 1
   24         else
   25             ( netscape -remote openURL\($url\) || netscape $url ) || exit 1
   26         fi
   27         ;;
   28 
   29     ftp)
   30         if test x$DISPLAY = x; then
   31             target=`echo $url | sed 's;^.*://\([^/]*\)/*\(.*\);\1:/\2;'`
   32             ( ncftp $target || ncftp $target"/" ) || exit 1
   33         else
   34             ( netscape -remote openURL\($url\) || netscape $url ) || exit 1
   35         fi
   36         ;;
   37 
   38     mailto)
   39         ( mutt `echo $url` ) || exit 1
   40         # ( pine -url `echo $url` ) || exit 1
   41 #       # old mutts can't handle mailto:-URLs with embedet subject
   42 #       if test `echo $url | grep -c '\?'` -eq 0 ; then
   43 #           ( mutt `echo $url | sed 's;^[^:]*:\(.*\);\1;'` ) || exit 1
   44 #       else
   45 #           if test x$DISPLAY = x; then
   46 #               lynx $url || exit 1
   47 #           else
   48 #               ( netscape -remote openURL\($url\) || netscape $url ) || exit 1
   49 #           fi
   50 #       fi
   51         ;;
   52 
   53     news|snews)
   54         # usually meant for reading news on the local server
   55         if test x$DISPLAY = x; then
   56             lynx $url || exit 1
   57         else
   58             ( netscape -remote openURL\($url\) || netscape $url ) || exit 1
   59         fi
   60         ;;
   61 
   62     nntp)
   63         # usually meant for reading news via NNTP
   64         # needs a special case as netscape can't handle nntp-URLs
   65         # *sigh*
   66         lynx $url || exit 1
   67         ;;
   68 
   69 esac
   70 
   71 exit 0