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I have installed wml 1.7.4 on a debian potato, till I get it to work
on my main machine, the potato system is a 486 with 8MB RAM, so
working isnīt really fun ;-)

My site is evolving good, but before I get into filling it with stuff
I have to clear some questions:

I want to have a news and quicklinks area on my site, so I thought it
would be the easiest to make directories "news" and "quicks" which
contain simple files like i.e. NewVersion1.72.wml:

<text>Blender Version 1.72</text>

and let wml render them into a nice table (the tags are definied in my 

I first come up with the idea to let  perl do the work:

#include "common.wml"
	@FILES = ();
    push(@FILES, `find ./news/ -depth -type f -name "*.wml" -print`);
        @FILES = sort(@FILES);
    foreach $file (@FILES) {
	@DATEI = ();
        $file =~ s|\n$||;
        $file =~ s|^\./||;
	push(@DATEI, `cat $file`);
	print @DATEI;
	print "\n";

This works some kind, but naturally the tags didnīt get expanded,
because perl is pass 3... I tried to call wml with the option -p
1-3,1-9 but this didnīt work, it does the passes this way:
1,1,2,2,3,3,... (why?)

Maybe Iīm totally wrong with my idea and someone could point me into
the right direction.

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