CGI::SHTML is a perl module for parsing Apache SSI directives within a CGI script, without going through Apache itself. It was specifically designed to operate like start_html() and end_html() within CGI.pm while including the same SSI headers and footers that the main Web site parses. While it is not ready for deployment on large production Web sites, it has served well for several years on a mid-sized academic site.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content CGI Tools/Libraries|
Release Notes: This release adds if/elif/else/endif functionality. It fixes parsing with parse_shtml() so that newlines aren't lost.