Slide Meta-Language (SlideML) is a simple to use meta-language to generate
presentation slides that can be viewed in a web browser.
The idea was to use ASCII-chat like tags that are translated into XHTML.
Joel Sing <email@example.com> wrote the perl code that translates the
meta-language into XHTML.
The JS, XSS & XHTML pieces were borrowed from Dave Raggett's <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A short description of the meta-language is here.
Generating a presentation is as simple as:
$ ./slideml.pl examples/slides.sml > a.htmlThe resulting presentation can be seen here.
slideml.pl depends on p5-Image-Size.
You can download the source via anoncvs at:
To subscribe to CVS changes send an email to email@example.com and in the email body say: subscribe slideml-changes.
Alternatively you can download periodic snapshots here.
See license for all relevant copyrights.
This page copyright (c) 2010 Marco Peereboom <firstname.lastname@example.org>