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Re: Replacement for SSI

On Mon, 29 Nov 1999, Donovan Rebbechi wrote:

> > I suggest going for the latter option (creating a 'compiled' version), as
> > that would be easier to implement, I feel. And currently I wouldn't mind
> > taking submissions and turning them back to SSI.
> This is not such a bad idea. I am not sure how easy it would be. wget has
> all sorts of problems with things like style sheets and any non-html file. 

I'll work on a script that creates a 'compiled' tar ball of the site.
> Of course, at present, I have no problem with converting files back to
> ssi. SO people can download pages and edit them, and I can reconvert them.
> I could also easily make a script that would reconvert.
> Given the current format of the site, it would be simple enough to get a
> perl script that could convert the pages into a "compiled version". The
> only problem is that we'd need to change the script every time we used
> more SSI features.

So, we stay with SSI? Agreed?
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