Projects / ASCIIweb


ASCIIweb is a text-to-HTML formatting system that uses the 'pre' tag to create ASCII art Web pages, either on the fly or for static retrieval. It has a simple and flexible module system that also allows you to integrate shell scripts and practically any text output into your Web pages. It will also parse and include live Apache-style directory listings into your pages, giving you a creative and sharp looking way to make files available to your users. It looks just as good in Lynx as it does in Firefox.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Jul 2006 08:10

    Release Notes: This version includes a line wrapping feature. Users no longer have to manually format their content pages.

    •  01 Dec 2004 09:21

      Release Notes: Live directories now work consistently. This release also adds the 'gp' utility for the first time, which is a script that attempts to help users do static page generation.

      •  18 Oct 2004 22:40

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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