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From: David Monniaux <monniaux@d...>
Subject: [Caml-list] dynamic HTML pages
Hello,

I'm investigating solutions for generating dynamic HTML pages using OCaml
programs. So far, I've looked at the following systems:

* OCamlNet/NetString can transform between a SGML/HTML parse tree and a
  SGML/HTML file.

  This may be a solution; perhaps it would be better if there were some
  camlp4 syntactic sugar for creating the parse tree nodes.

  Slight concern: the entire page must be fully generated between being
  transmitted.

* Bedouin: interesting attempt at enforcing well-formedness through type
  safety, but the project seems dead in the water.

* WDialog: isn't it a bit of overkill?

* Antoine Miné's OCamlHTML: a bit rudimentary.

Are there projects that I missed? Any experience?


David Monniaux            http://www.di.ens.fr/~monniaux
Laboratoire d'informatique de l'École Normale Supérieure,
Paris, France

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