RE: Dream weaver

2001-01-26 Thread Matthews Simon
a stable base and my patched work then I'll submit them. SAM -Original Message- From: Leon Brocard [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2001 2:18 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Dream weaver Matthews Simon sent the following bits through the ether

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Roger Horne
On Wed 24 Jan, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dreamweaver (I know, don't ask) But I must ! You are only the second person I have heard of who has used it... In November I was asked by a Judge to convert a court guide written in Word into HTML. Only real problem was the index which was good,

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Simon_Wilcox
Roger Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed 24 Jan, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dreamweaver (I know, don't ask) But I must ! You are only the second person I have heard of who has used it... [snip] Am I right in thinking that what CS said made as much sense as "We don't need a

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Jan 25, 2001 at 11:09:15AM +, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Pretty much ! Having started the web site project here without much knowledge of developing websites (having mostly been doing corporate network support before that) I allowed the designer to choose the tools. I chose

RE: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Matthews Simon
As someone who's been using templates and perl to do web sites since January 96 I can see both sides of the argument. We (perl people) are all much happier with the idea of building pages from bits it appeals to our laziness. There are however end users to consider. Much as I have tried I

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Jan 25, 2001 at 01:32:46PM -, Matthews Simon wrote: As someone who's been using templates and perl to do web sites since January 96 I can see both sides of the argument. We (perl people) are all much happier with the idea of building pages from bits it appeals to our laziness.

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Michael Stevens
On Thu, Jan 25, 2001 at 01:43:47PM -, Mark Kitching wrote: I would actually be interested to hear from someone on the Dreamweaver side of this argument... Anyone? Michael I'd love to but the last time I spoke about Dreamweaver with Dave Cross around it turned into a LOOONG lunchtime.

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Leon Brocard
Matthews Simon sent the following bits through the ether: Our solution to this has been to write some perl code to convert Word documents (marketers tool of choice) into Template::Toolkit templates that we use internally. IIRC, you had patched wvware to output XML. Has this patch made it

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Struan Donald
* at 25/01 15:56 - Robert Shiels said: Subject: RE: Dream weaver Just got sent this: DREAMWEAVER 3.0- Training Dates Now Available! == With Dreamweaver being adopted by up to 90% of development companies worldwide, Focus Group are now

Re: Dream weaver

2001-01-25 Thread Mark Fowler
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