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Latte

Latte, the Language for Transforming Text, is a simple and powerful text markup language. It has all the same markup tags as HTML but is much clearer. Latte is also a fully general programming language that lets you place oft-used constructs into user-defined functions and give them descriptive names. Functions also serve to separate content from layout. Latte documents are translated into high-quality HTML by the Latte interpreter, making it a better language for writing World Wide Web documents.

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  •  26 Oct 1999 00:19

    Release Notes: A fix for a compile-time problem with gcc 2.95, a speeded-up \while, and the addition of \defmacro and \foreach.

    •  22 Oct 1999 13:09

      Release Notes: Minor incompatible language change, simplified semantics, speed optimizations, bug fixes, rudimentary Latte to plain-text translator, macros, HTML to Latte converter (in Perl), and new string-inequality operators.

      •  11 Nov 1998 20:46

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  27 Oct 1998 23:45

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  23 Oct 1998 16:04

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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