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Re: HTML::Template and Dreamweaver MX

by jsprat (Curate)
on Nov 21, 2003 at 02:59 UTC ( #308791=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to HTML::Template and Dreamweaver MX

jeffa wrote an extension for Dreamweaver (you can find it here). It was probably not written with MX in mind, since it was written in 2001.

He announced it in Dreamweaver/Perl integration tools.

HTH...


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2Re: HTML::Template and Dreamweaver MX
by jeffa (Chancellor) on Nov 21, 2003 at 13:54 UTC

    And i haven't really touched it since. The problem was that even though you have tools to insert tags and see them on the screen, you don't see the interpolated values. I found that i could edit my template by hand (via vi) easier, but i still start with Dreamweaver and use it to make widgets which i insert later. In other words, i haven't found a good way to maintain my HTML::Template site with Dreamweaver, but it is still very useful to start with Dreamweaver.

    MX is a funky beast of a program. The version(s) prior to MX 2004 would only work if you have a ColdFusion, ISS, or Java web server. That's it! You couldn't even edit the HTML! I quickly switched back to plain ole Dreamweaver, but the new MX 2004 version added PHP to the mix, which makes me think it could be tricked into working with plain ole Perl CGI's ... too bad my evaluation copy ran out. :( Good thing i learned vi! ;)

    jeffa

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    (the triplet paradiddle with high-hat)
    

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