|author||Armaan Bhojwani <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2021-06-10 19:06:35 -0400|
|committer||Armaan Bhojwani <email@example.com>||2021-06-10 19:06:35 -0400|
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@@ -70,6 +70,38 @@ How is chorizo related to lariza?
two browsers as they grew apart. The versioning scheme was also
moved away from being calendar-based.
+ Features that this fork has that lariza is missing:
+ - Configuration file
+ - Revamped download manager
+ - New, ergonomic keybindings inspire by both Emacs and Vim
+ - Better default directories
+ - Cleaned up source code
+ - Easy web searching
+ - User stylesheet support
+ - A variety of tweaks and adjustments that make the experience nicer
+Migrating from another browser
+ 1. Copy the relevant paths from ~/.config/lariza to
+ ~/.local/share/chorizo. Read chorizo(1) for full details on the
+ correct paths.
+ 2. Your symlinks from /usr will broken, so you should relink everything.
+ 3. Read lariza-config(5), as the keybindings are radically different
+ out of the box. Everything is configurable, however, and you can
+ reconfigure the bindings to act just like your previous browser.
+ 1. Set your expectations right. Read the background information
+ section of the README.
+ 2. Copy the cookie database into ~/.local/share/lariza/cookies.db.
+ 3. Read all the manpages.