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Simple HTML templating language

DML is a simple templating language designed for managing web sites based in static HTML files (no CGI, SSI, etc.). It has been obsoleted by DML2 which has in turn been obsoleted by XSLT.

Releases: DML v1.92

Last Modified: 2002-06-24T07:00Z

DML v1.91, a source-only release, is now available. This is a source-only release because the only bugs it fixes are ones related to the C++ source code. The source now compiles using GCC 3.x

Development: DML v1.91 (Open Source)

Last Modified: 2002-05-26T07:00Z

Just a quick note to say that DML has just been released (as v1.91) under the GNU GPL. It's an open source license that allows everyone to freely view, use, and change the source to DML. The code isn't pretty, but at least it's available now =)

This really doesn't affect end users (like yourself), but I've also transitioned to a new build platform using GNU autoconf and automake. Also, I am managing code versions with CVS. All of these things are pretty darn useful tools for Linux developers like myself =)

Releases: DML v1.91

Last Modified: 2002-05-26T07:00Z

There aren't really any new features to speak of in DML v1.91. This release is more of a transitional release into an Open Source license (the GNU GPL). The source code isn't pretty, but it might compile on other UNIX systems =)

Development: DML2 Progress

Last Modified: 2002-05-23T07:00Z

I've been working on the new spec for DML2 and it's looking pretty awesome. All information is contained within custom DML2 objects which may consist of other objects (and so on and so forth). The objects are "rendered" when called which means they return their formatted content. Objects can also have an "execute" thingy that allows pages to be outputted just from creating the objects (meaning you'll never need to explicitly define an output file... unless you want to =)