Projects / XML-Grammar-Fortune


XML-Grammar-Fortune is a Perl/RelaxNG/XSLT module that allows one to collect quotes using an XML grammar, with richer metadata, and to produce XHTML and plain text (Unix-like fortune format) from them.

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  •  23 Oct 2010 11:53

    Release Notes: Spaces are squashed in the text output of the tag. The code was converted to use File::ShareDir for the extradata directory. A lot of refactoring was done.

    •  26 Sep 2010 15:02

      Release Notes: The Screenplays' tag is now rendered into "[...]". The file was added to tag a release in the Subversion repository.

      •  21 Jan 2010 20:16

        Release Notes: This release fixes validation errors in the XSLT stylesheet, making it compatible with Firefox and Opera. It fixes the conversion to plaintext. It adds keywords to META.yml.

        •  31 Oct 2009 13:03

          Release Notes: The tests on recent versions of the CPAN XML-LibXSLT module and/or libxslt were fixed. They were broken due to the introduction of indentation in the output XHTML.

          •  13 Mar 2009 22:09

            Release Notes: The installation of the extradata elements was fixed.


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