Extensible web-browser in Common Lisp
Nyxt is a keyboard-oriented, infinitely extensible web browser designed for power users. Conceptually inspired by Emacs and Vim, it has familiar key-bindings (Emacs, vi, CUA), and is fully configurable in Lisp.
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Attention: Nyxt is under active development. Feel free to report bugs, instabilities or feature wishes.
1.1Fast tab switching
Switch easily between your open tabs via fuzzy search. If you are
https://www.example.com, you could type in
epl, or any other matching series of letters.
Commands can accept multiple inputs, allowing you to quickly perform an operation against multiple objects. In the example below we search for cactuses, and open up several images simultaneously:
Bookmark a page with tags. Search bookmarks with compound queries. Capture more data about your bookmarks, and group and wrangle them in any way you like.
1.4Multi tab search
Search multiple tabs at the same time, and view all the results in a single window. Jump quickly through your open tabs to find what you need.
1.5History as a tree
History is represented as a tree that you can traverse. Smarter than the "forwards-backwards" abstraction found in other browsers, the tree makes sure you never lose track of where you've been.
For a complete list of features, please see the manual.
- macOS (unofficial)
- FreeBSD (unofficial)
Nyxt has engine support for WebKit and experimental support for WebEngine/Blink.
Please see the downloads page for pre-built binaries. Some operating systems provide packages for Nyxt:
- Debian and derivatives such as Ubuntu and Linux Mint.
- Arch Linux AUR (and the -git PKGBUILD)
- Nix: Install with
nix-env --install nyxt.
- Guix: Install with
guix install nyxt.
- Void: Install with
To perform an installation from source, please see the developer readme.
2.2Documentation & Customization
For full documentation about Nyxt, how it works, and how to extend it
please see the embedded help. To get started, run the
help and confirm with
If you want to help with development, or build Nyxt from source, read the developer's documentation at documents/README.org.
2.3History of changes
If you are running a recent version of Nyxt please run the
command. For older versions, please see the CHANGELOG.