> maintaining) web sites as sets of static html files so
> ...especially if
> you're comfortable with the process of building and compiling
> software with
> make, makefiles and the like, webmake may be just what you're
> looking for.
> if you do decide to use webmake, please post back here with
> your impressions
"comfortable with... make" is the last description that would fit me - I
can install from source using "./config ; make; make install" but that's
about it for me, so it does not look like I'll be giving webmake a spin.
Thanks for the reply, though.
Just curious- what does "hth" stand for?
From: Gerke, Dr. Michael <G<erke@hi...> - 2003-10-13 13:50:32
Roger Burton West <roger@...> wrote:
>I've used it for:
>PostScript (mostly for parameter insertion)
>plain text (that gets fiddly with line breaks)
>source code formatting
>...oh, and HTML.
Sometime I use H:T for static or dynamic HTML too.=20
But my first usage was and is the generation of C++ classes for dialogs,
DB connection ... under MSVC and MFC (ugly environment, but that's the
job). H:T:E connected with some XML is a great tool for this.