Current version: 1.4
HTMLPROC is a HTML preprocessor, designed to aid the web creator. It's main advantage is to allow to include files into files. This allows you to put a menu in a file and include it into all your pages, so if you change something in the menu, it will change automagically in all files.
There are another two advantages: it allows to refer to files using a "global path" or "by its name" (a must when you want to include a menu and your files are in directories and subdirectories), and adds the size of all pictures, allowing a better appearance while loading them.
I used other HTML preprocessor before, but when I started working with CSS I found a lot of troubles whith it because it was "too clever". That's why I decided to create this new preprocessor in Python. It does only what I want, and does it well :)
Package in .tar.bz2 format (14 Kbytes)
History of versions
- version 1.4 ()
- HTMLProc didn't add the size in pictures from files added with include. Fixed.
- Change from os.popen2 to subprocess.Popen, to ensure compatibility with Python 3.0.
- version 1.3 ()
- Now supports the use of <a href="#...
- version 1.2 ()
- Now the user can choose if wants to create symlinks for not-html files or copy them to the final directory
- version 1.1 ()
- Major code cleanup
- Added in the instructions the need of using lowercases for tags
- version 1.0 ()
- First public release