HTML Redemption Language (HRL for short) is a language that redeems HTML by adding some tags that should have been in HTML from the beginning. The tags include "if", "include", "macro", and (most importantly) "python". HRL is a preprocessor language: its purpose is to generate static Web pages, but with power. It's written in Python, and its power comes from being able run embedded Python scripts.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
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