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       Bombadillo is a non-web browser, designed for a growing list of
       protocols operating outside of the web.
 (IMG) Bombadillo screen shot
       Bombadillo is operated from your terminal, allowing you to browse
       content, follow links, and engage in the non-web with ease. The main
       features of Bombadillo are: 
         - Seamless browsing between multiple protocols, including Gopher,
           Gemini, Finger, and your local file system
         - Additional support for telnet and the web through third-party
           applications - http/https connection support is opt-in, and is
           configurable in a few different ways
         - Privacy focused - does not store usage or browsing data, will
           only store items you instruct it to (bookmarks, gemini
           certificates, settings and downloaded files)
         - Does not send/transmit anything to anyone that you do not
           instruct it to
         - Uses Vi/Vim-inspired keybindings and an easy command system
         - Navigable history within a session (no storage of session data)
         - Supports bookmarks
         - Gemini Protocol support includes secure communication over TLS,
           and uses a TOFU-style certificate system
       Do you know of another great protocol you'd like to see support for
       in Bombadillo? Have you encountered a bug? Add it as an issue in our
       source code repository.
       Bombadillo will run on any, to our knowledge, Unix-like system. To
       run the program the only dependencies are a terminal that supports
       VT-100 style escape codes (if you don't know if this is you: it
       probably is) and the programs tput and stty (which are present on
       the vast majority of such systems). Bombadillo can also be
       configured to integrate with external web browsers installed on your
       system, such as Firefox and Lynx, to allow the use of HTTP/HTTPS.
       Bombadillo can be built from source code. To do so you will need
       Git, and a Go compiler installed on your system. Then do the
       git clone https://tildegit.org/sloum/bombadillo
       cd bombadillo
       sudo make install
       If you do not have GNU make or compatible software installed on your
       system, but do have a Go compiler, you can also:
       go install
       Precompiled executables are also available from our page here:
 (DIR) Binaries
       For more information on installing Bombadillo, view README.md in the
       downloaded repository, or view it online in our source code
       Bombadillo was written largely by sloum, with much appreciated help
       from asdf and jboverf.
       Bombadillo is GPLv3 licensed.
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