Projects / mod_w2ml


The mod_w2ml Apache module is a W2ML processor. W2ML (Web 2 Markup Language) is a declarative markup language that extends XHTML with XML namespaces to make it possible to edit Web pages in the browser. W2ML handles server-side inclusion, access control, element-level editing, and templatized editing (WYSIWYG editing of structured data like list items, guestbooks, forums, and more). W2ML is processed on the server side and requires no browser plugin.

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Recent releases

  •  10 Nov 2007 06:55

    Release Notes: The Apache module has been ported to Windows. To simplify installation and provide UTF-8 support, Expat and PCRE libraries are now statically linked to the module distributed in .tar.gz and .zip files. Various bugs in the module initialization and cleanup phases have been corrected (portability, crash on restart after install). The big thread lock has been removed. Recursive inclusion detection is improved.

    •  13 Oct 2007 09:12

      Release Notes: Access control based on regex matching of request parameters and internal variables was implemented. On the browser side, the edit toolbar is now opened near the edited element and fixed-positioned.

      •  05 Oct 2007 07:27

        Release Notes: Access control in template instantiation was fixed. A close button was added to the editing toolbar.


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