4 Sep 2000 jmason   » (Master)

WebMake now boasts dependency checking, so it won't remake a page that does not contain a chunk of content that has changed. It also now shares a link glossary throughout the entire site (if you use the builtin EtText editable-text format), and does a great job of beautifying the output HTML.

Disappointingly though, I seem to be the only user at the moment. Go on, take a look, it really is pretty neat... ;)

Can't work out why no-one's checked it out, though. Is there some definition somewhere stating that CMSes must be built using dynamic, server-page technologies?

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