AWW is a frontend to WML - the Website META Language. The AWW frontend can do a lot more than the standard wmk that comes with wml, and you can easily write modules for aww yourself.
This program is a command-line tool for Linux/Unix platforms and is written in Perl.
AWW is free software; you can distribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as perl itself. This software comes with absolute no warranty! You can use it freely but it is (so far) only tested by myself, and has probably still a lot of bugs. Contact me at 'aww [at] 42nd (period) de' if you found a bug, need a feature or just like the program!
AWW is written by Michael Schilling!
(if you don't see a blue background behind the navigationbar on the left your png transparency is broken. This is mostly a problem of the InternetExplorer - so use a decent browser like: Firefox or Opera)
AWW is dead!
I won't do any more coding on aww. There are so many good webframeworks around, that it's just not worth the effort. Personally I switched to ruby on rails and I want to encourage everyone to look for something more sophisticated than aww. But I will still keep the source code available!
Version 0.34 released!
This release has just a few bugfixes and two minor feature enhancements. SSIs are now supported (.swml files will become .shtml files) and a FileType-Option for the duplicate module was added.
I really hoped to get more done, but my PhD needs all my time for now...
Version 0.33 released!
This release has some minor bugfixes applied. Several install tests and the english module were added.
Gentoo ebuild added to download section!
If you use Gentoo linux - just grab this ebuild and emerge Aww :-)
Version 0.32 released!
This release features the new executable html2wml, that allows to convert already existing html-pages into wml-files. In standard configuration, html2wml scans the input html-file (e.g. OldPage.html) and writes only the content of the <body> ... </body> tag to an output file (OldPage.wml). Several options allow to adjust the behaviour.
Furthermore some bugfixes for the usage of symbolic links were made.
Version 0.31 released!
This release fixes some minor bugs. If you are working with symbolic links within your wml repository this new version will be a lot better.
Version 0.3 released!
This release is a major rewrite of the aww program. The complete configuration is now done with the Config::Simple module, the toc-, wmltoc- and new-modules are packed into one index-module and the thumb-module was completly rewritten and renamed to the thumbnail module. Some missing features (e.g. a --verbose flag) were added as well.
If you update from an earlier version:
Because the complete configuration is done now via the Config::Simple module you have to redo all your configuration files! So after updating to version 0.3 move your configuration directory '$HOME/.aww' somewhere else (e.g. do in your homedir: mv .aww .aww-old) You may need the old files to see, what your configuration was, so I don't recommend to delete the directory.
Version 0.29 released!
A few minor bugs were fixed in this release, including the problem of not recognizing directories in the duplicate module. Two features were added. First, the checktime function was added to check which files need to be processed. Second, a force option was added to force the processing of all files.
Version 0.28 released!
Just minor bugfixes.
First public release of AWW (Version 0.27) !
Please mail me, if you like my program.