CASM is an offline content management tool. It is ideal for creating and maintaining dynamic or static Web, WAP, or XML sites. CASM is implemented as an integrated command-line application which contains the Content Assembling Language compiler, an optimizer for HTML, CSS, and XML, HTML tidy integration, a powerful site file structure builder, and more. Content Assmebling Language (CAL) is a markup language designed to separate site content from display properties. CAL has a comfortable templating mechanism, if-then-else structure, variable substitution, file including, recordset handling, looping functions, and embedded Perl scripting.
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Release Notes: This version adds support for predefined CAL variables and character substitution. The documentation has been updated. A selfcompilation check for hacker support has been implemented.
Release Notes: This version includes embedded Perl scripting and other minor enhancements. Perl scripting gives unlimited hacking power, since you can even modify the compiler dynamically.
Release Notes: There are bugfixes and documentation fixes. The document "Introduction to Site Building and Maintenance Using CASM" has been added.
Release Notes: The savecasm script has been enhanced. The savesite script is also enhanced in the downloadable site source. CASM hackers are encouraged to upgrade.
No changes have been submitted for this release.