textslides generates a set of HTML slides from a single plain text file. The output can be used for a presentation or for a web site. You may find textslides useful if you need to create a presentation for a technical audience and you would like to use a text editor to create the presentation content. A simple set of formatting rules governs the translation of the textfile into HTML. The formatting rules for the textfile were inspired by the Wiki Website. textslides uses the Wpager.pm module from the htmlslides project.
Phptempt is a template engine for PHP and Java. Templates are precompiled and then included to the script/Java program as a PHP script/Java program. Templates are organized in blocks and placeholders, all placed in one single file. Blocks may be recursive. A version of the engine is available that is optimized for Java and particularly useful for the creation of code generators of any kind.
Kiwi is yet another text to HTML processor which was designed for writing small and medium technical documents and notes. Its markup is very close to the Markdown markup, but Kiwi allows more flexibility in the presentation of your documents. Kiwi is good for writing technical documents, taking notes, or as an engine to be embedded in your application. It has rather complete API documentation.
The iPerl interpreter is a transforming filter that works much like the C preprocessor or the m4 macro processor, only that the language embedded into a document is full powered Perl. iPerl documents consist of any kind of text to be output, and bits of specially-marked Perl that control the document with conditionals or loops spanning text, subdocument-includes, and macro definitions. This is comparable to but far more powerful than the C preprocessor or the m4 macro processor. It can also be seen as a template-mechanism.
The purpose of the Tagmogrifier library is to let you perform fast and easy-to-program transformations on XML documents. Instead of having to write your own parser, or directly using the PHP DOM parser, and having to write your own tree walker and such, you only need to instantiate a class, add a few match expressions, and assign a function to process every XML element that matches, DOM-style.