Projects / Webber


Webber is a tool for harmonizing and providing metadata for Web content. Originally conceived as an HTML preprocessor, it has evolved to an environment for producing and maintaining the contents and metadata of Web pages. It processes a set of source files to produce the final version of Web pages off-line, according to user specifications.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  02 May 2001 14:43

    Release Notes: Fixes were made for some problems in the Webber kernel and in the following processors: Caparse, Exec, and PgpSign.

    •  15 Feb 2001 17:23

      Release Notes: Installation procedures no longer overwrite a pre-existing configuration file. This release adds new functionality to the Webbo processor, including the definition of the source and destination via variables, a new command line switch -t, similar to -i (data is read from standard input), but using the template identified by the switch, enhanced behavior of the -i option, a new variable #wbbTargetName, containing the full name of the target, a new processor (Slide) to generate pages in slideshow style, a new mode for assigning values to a variable, using the * symbol (this mode inserts the new value at the beginning of the original value for the variable), and new functionality to the Caparse processor, so it is possible to emulate the three assignment modes described above by means of the attribute assign.

      •  18 Apr 2000 19:33

        Release Notes: Initial release.


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