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Re: RfD: Multi-Lingual Support

On Tue, 6 Jan 1998, Stefan `Sec` Zehl wrote:

> This is too much to type for every case where i would put some text. I
> also find it confusing to put the text inside the <>'s - i would then
> prefer
> <lang en>Welcome</lang>
> <lang de>Willkommen</lang>
> but all in all, i like #1 more.

Hi. New to the list, so I can't say my opinions spring from using wml for
long. =) But, I kinda like the <lang></lang> version! =)

> Now this gets a bit off-topic, but is it possible to tell wml to default
> it's output to ${file%.wml}.html (i.e. ".wml" stripped and ".html" added)
> right now, i have to add
> #!/usr/local/bin/wml -oALL:index.html
> on top of my index.wml files. I have to change the filename there every
> time i rename the file...

Perhaps I misunderstand what you want, but doesn't wmk do that for you?
Try wmk index.wml and you should get an index.html file without having any
#! line at the top. At least I do!



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