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Re: WML wml::std::lang questions

On 11 Mar 1999, Fritz Zaucker wrote:

> To make nav-bars work one already needs some "complicated" #include or
> #use statement at the beginning of an input file. 
> The shebang line adds just one more thing to it.

Hi Fritz and Tobias,

a lot of material can be put into the .wmlrc, not only variable
definitions. For instance, the -i wml option allow you to include
system and user files. Unfortunately, there was a malicious bug in
wml_p1_ipp. As soon as the wml-SNAP-199903121200.tar.gz is released you
could replace inclusions like
   #use wml::des::navbar
by any of the 2 lines in the top .wmlrc :
   -i wml::des::navbar
   -i <des/navbar.wml>

You only have to retrieve wml_backend/p1_ipp/ipp.src and recompile.

> > One could write -o(ALL-LANG_*)+LANG_IT:%BASE.it.html in the .wmlrc
> > files, this feature will go in my to-do list. 
> Can you put it at the top   ;-)

It's done.
Retrieve wml_frontend/wml.src and recompile.
The %DIR/%BASE substitutions is performed after the .wmlrc files are
read, so that you may now put these constructions into .wmlrc or even on
the command line.

Hope it helps.



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