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The next version of WebPublish posted by weedguy, Fri 28 Mar 2003 02:09:12 PM UTC - 0 replies
posted by weedguy, Fri 28 Mar 2003 02:08:59 PM UTC - 0 replies

Announcing the new GNU software package called, "WebPublish.

Item posted by Charles Henry Schoonover <weedguy> on Tue 26 Nov 2002 07:12:22 PM UTC.

WebPublish can be used to manage all of the details that are associated with publishing a local copy of a website to one or more remote servers using File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Using WebPublish to manage the transfer of a website to one or more servers allows the website developer to concentrate on a website's content.

The general way to use WebPublish is to create a website in your own local directory. Add, modify, and remove files and directories in the local copy of the website. After changes have been made to the local copy of the website, invoke WebPublish to transfer the changes that you made to a remote server.

WebPublish will only transfer the files and diretories that have been added or changed in the local copy of a website to a server. Furthermore, WebPublish can be used to remove only the files and directories from the server that are no longer a part of the local copy of a website.

Finally, a special feature of WebPublish allows you to have a shell program called each time that a file with a specific extension is about to be transferred to a remote server. This makes it easy to write a script or a program that can make alterations to a file just before it is transferred.

You can download WebPublish at http://www.gnu.org/software/webpublish and also at Savannah.

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