Preprocessor Suite

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Preprocessor Suite
Preprocessor for websites

The Preprocessor Suite consists of two programs, and '' joins files together by reading a file that describes how you want your site constructed. Each line of that file tells how to join several files into a final file. On each line you simply list the files you want to concatenate, in order, followed by the name of the final preprocessed file. A Perl module of this script (File::MultiCat) is available at CPAN which lets you add the functionality of this script to your Perl programs with three lines of code. '' performs filter and replace functions by reading '.mflt' files looking for special commands. It obeys those commands when it writes an '.html' file based on the '.mflt' file. This lets you include files, datestamp pages, and do various other functions. The script searches an entire directory tree for '.mflt' files.


version 1.3 (stable)
released on 12 December 2004


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Janet Casey

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Leaders and contributors

Michael B. Stevens Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

Required to usePerl 5

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 19 July 2005.


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