SFM2Web Home Page
SFM (Standard Format Markers) to Web Site
This is the home page for the SFM2Web convertor open source project.
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Hi there from Robert!
I am just getting started on making this SFM2Web project available so that others can more easily download and test it (and hopefully contribute improvements).
Main Features of the SFM2Web program
- INTERLINKED: Various parts of the created site are all cross-linked with each other.
- COMMAND LINE: This is a simple command line program with no GUI. That might sound like a deficiency rather than a feature, but the advantage is that once everything is set up correctly, it only takes one command to create an updated web site from the source (SFM) data files.
- STANDARDS: Uses standards as much as possible. Creates STRICT xHTML with CSS formatting.
- OPEN SOURCE: Released under GPL v3 for everyone to use freely.
Project Links (on SourceForge)
- Main page: The main SourceForge project page.
- Downloads: This is where to go to get the program files.
- Written in: Python 3.
- Developed on: Ubuntu linux.
- Program quality: proof-of-concept (alpha) quality.
- Should run on: Any platform, including Windows (but only tested on Linux so far, sorry).
- Freedom: It's free to use and you're free to improve it also (GPLv3 license).
Related Projects (also on SourceForge)
- ILEX: A multi-lingual wordlist (still currently in SFM format -- in process of conversion to MySQL).
- Put more useful general information on this webpage.
- Put this website into Mercurial and write a cron script to automatically update the web server with rsync.
- Make an icon and logo for this project.
This page last updated: Wednesday, 17 February 2010
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