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The Browse-URL package provides facilities for following URLs specifying
links on the World Wide Web. Usually this works by invoking a web
browser, but you can, for instance, arrange to invoke
from `mailto:' URLs.
The general way to use this feature is to type M-x browse-url,
which displays a specified URL. If point is located near a plausible
URL, that URL is used as the default. Other commands are available
which you might like to bind to keys, such as
You can customize Browse-URL's behavior via various options in the
browse-url Customize group, particularly
browse-url-browser-function. You can invoke actions dependent
on the type of URL by defining
an association list. The package's commentary available via C-h
p provides more information. Packages with facilities for following
URLs should always go through Browse-URL, so that the customization
options for Browse-URL will affect all browsing in Emacs.
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