A language designed by Ralf S. Engelschall, for creating websites. Or more
accurately, an off-line HTML generation toolkit, for unix. One interface
allows the use of a nine pass sequential filtering scheme, each pass of which
is in a different language. Passes are:
Anyways, it looks to be a cool (meta) language, and a neat way to produce larger
websites, and multiple web pages from one source file. Plus I like embedding
Perl snippets in the source file, and includes, and... Well, I plan to use it anyway.
I'd much rather use that than some WYSYWIG, point-n-drool HTML editor,
which produces lousy code.
Even if it's acronym, WML, does conflict with WAP Markup Language.
Hey, I wonder if you could use it to produce that? WML-based WML generation...