I just did some research to see what is available to help manage Dreamweaver Template systems when DW is not available (such as on Unix.:). I found a couple of python based solutions in beta. One is appropriately called "
" and is a set of command lines tools to provide basic template management functions.
The other is
ComfyEdit, which allows you to easily edit Dreamweaver template based documents through the web. (turning the editable regions into forms, and "locking" the rest of the page.
It would be nice have similar tools available in Perl. Does anyone know of any (Sourceforge and FreshMeat didn't turn up any)?
If not, is anyone interested in porting these python projects to Perl, to increase their portability? (since perl is installed much more widely in OSes and webservers).
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