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Web Templating

WT looks a bit like the ArsDigita Templating System, but is a lot simpler and less tied to a particular Web Server. It is a system for dynamic content which uses Tcl as its scripting language, and whose templates look like HTML with a minimum number of extra tags. The tags look like HTML tags, and a template can be viewed unprocessed in any browser. Pages can be built by a graphics person using a package like Macromedia Dreamweaver, with minimal need to hack on the HTML directly. Page styling and page engineering are separate, and are brought together when output is requested. It runs as a CGI script with Apache (and possibly with other servers, but this is untested). Web Templating can run as an Apache "Handler", or be embedded into your own Tcl scripts.

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  •  14 Jan 2001 15:24

    Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.


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