WML is a free and extensible Webdesigner's off-line HTML generation toolkit for Unix. It consists of a control frontend driving up to nine backends in a sequential pass-oriented filtering scheme. Each backend provides one particular core language. For maximum power, WML additionally ships with a well-suited set of include files, which provide higher-level features built on top of the backends core languages. While not trivial and idiot proof, WML provides most of the core features real hackers always wanted for HTML generation.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management|
|Implementation||C Perl cmake|
Release Notes: Fixes for building with recent perl-Pod-* modules (including those shipped with perl-5.18.0), and some cleanups to the Perl code.
Release Notes: This release removes ipp.* temporary directories, adds some fixes and speed optimizations to the CMake build, and makes some cleanups of the old Perl code (quite a lot remains to be done).
Release Notes: The build system was converted from a GNU Autotools-based one to one based on CMake.
Release Notes: The GNU Autotools setup now works with recent versions of Autotools. A patch was applied to fix building against Perl 5.10.0. A modified version of the CVE-2008-0665 temporary filenames patch was applied.
Release Notes: Building of the package on Cygwin was fixed. Some vendor patches were integrated.