ruby-tmpl is used for the online and offline creation of HTML, XML, and email documents. Like many other templating languages, ruby-tmpl lets you abstract the presentation from the actual content of a document. However, unlike other templating languages, ruby-tmpl also lets you perform offline processing of documents so that you can have your Web server serve static content created by templates as well as dynamic content. The templating language itself is fully XML-compliant and can safely be embedded in XML documents.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content printing|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This version adds the ability to use ruby-tmpl for creating email as well as web content.
Release Notes: This version includes variable namespaces, a much improved install, and various bug fixes. The docroot_include tag now requires either offline processing, or mod_ruby 0.9.2.
No changes have been submitted for this release.