Corbon is a light framework for converting XML to standards-compliant XHTML.
Version: 1.0Corbon is a light framework for converting XML to standards-compliant XHTML. In addition to XHTML, Corbon features its own set of tags that automate commonly used operations in sites, such as creating a table-of-contents, cross-referencing etc.
Operating System: Linux
Corbon is written for people that know HTML and CSS, and want to build upon that knowledge to create full-featured sites without doing the mindless work of copying all headers and footers on every single page.
Corbon is an off-line framework, meaning that pages are compiled and then transferred to the site in question. This makes it a perfect for small companies that don't have the ability to host complex PHP or Java CMS systems.
Corbon is written in Python. By default, it doesn't rely on any external libraries, though it might use PIL to generate images of e-mail addresses (as an option).
What's New in This Release:
Added all of Erik's patches:
· directory tag
· seealso tag
· new gifwrap tag
· create non-existing XML files (non-default option)
· Updated documentation to include latest tags and settings
· Added support for frames (including doctype switching)