Today I extended the XML to HTML pages transforming Perl script for the MexIT (blog) part of this site with a nice reporting option. I wanted to have an overview of which HTML files were changed after a run of the Perl program, so I could easier spot mistakes in the XML input file, or the Perl program itself. Later, I also want to use this to only upload new and changed files to the web server using the file transer protocol (ftp).
Read the rest of Perl: Slurping files and better relative URLs.
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