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XWeb

XWeb generates Web sites out of XML files by processing them with XSLT, adding navigation information into this process and rendering images for buttons and banners. In addition, files can be processed using command line tools or just be copied into the target structure.

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  •  29 Mar 2002 15:27

    Release Notes: This update offers JRE 1.4 compatibility, an updated Xerces library, an updated Batik library, minor enhancements in error reporting, a changed package structure (XWeb is in a JAR file now), a manual for generic stylesheets, and a more complex example (a workgroup site with BibTeXML).

    •  10 Oct 2001 02:09

      Release Notes: A number of minor bugfixes, a new generic stylesheet, and a manual. The new generic stylesheet allows creating Web sites without writing XSLT, and the manual explains how to use this stylesheet and other aspects of XWeb.

      •  28 Jul 2001 17:05

        Release Notes: Support for multiple layouts from one set of input files has been added, and additional commandline options offer control of logging/debugging output.

        •  27 Jun 2001 08:37

          Release Notes: XSLT parameters are now supported, images can be referenced as group, navigation information can be inserted in each step of an XSLT processing chain, and top-level section is no longer needed.

          •  08 Jun 2001 10:53

            Release Notes: Some bugfixes related to SVG generation, support for page titles in addition to names (banners use different text than buttons), other small enhancements.

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