Gecko in Emacs (sort of)

After providing a Lisp-like facility for interactive development to Firefox, it was only fair for the cute panda to return the favor and lend some rendering power to Emacs.

Four lines of Lisp, a little hack and a function theft from w3m.el later, something pops up in an Emacs buffer…

It is, of course, just a proof of concept. No, I don’t have the time to develop it further. Yes, I’ll treat you to several rounds of Belgian beer if you do.