This document explains the basic usage of a simple static web site generation program named staticxjam. staticxjam is writen in java and should be able to run on all platforms that support java. You might be curious what does the name mean. Also, you must know your html.
Actually you are not expected to use it since it is basically a tool for the author. I use it to generate my website.
The reasons in using this tool could be:
Very shortly, it does the following:
<lang> <en> English paragraph here. </en> <de> German paragraph here. </de> </lang>and thus it's a lot easyer to keep track of every translation.
We are in site://project/link.html and <link ref='site://school/a.html'>go<link> becomes <a href='../school/a.html'>go<a>
Plese note that the xml sources for the files you are reading now should be next to the xjam files. You might look there after you read the samples..
Let's proceed to some samples.
This file was generated using xjam.
Many thanks to Patrick Riley (SIMS, U.C. Berkeley)
This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/).
Thanks to sourceforge for the hosting.