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From Anthony Eden <ae...@signaturedomains.com>
Subject Re: JavaCC open sourced on dev.java.net
Date Wed, 11 Jun 2003 13:27:22 GMT
Roller relies heavily on Velocity for its front end.  At the lowest 
level it uses JSP but the users actually edit Velocity templates and 
macros when customizing their pages.  You can read more about Roller at 
http://www.rollerweblogger.org/  or open a free account at 
http://www.freeroller.net/ .

Sincerely,
Anthony Eden

Christoph.Reck@dlr.de wrote:

> Cool!
>
> SourceCast looks nice!
>
> Looking into the page source... I can see the whitespaces slipped
> in from the template... Ugh! :-D
>
> It would be great if some Wiki and Blog woud obtain a Velocity front end.
>
> Cheers,
> Christoph
>
>
> Daniel Rall wrote:
>
>> I'm excited to report that the development site for Sun's JavaCC
>> parser generator is now being served up via Velocity templates (by way
>> of CollabNet's SourceCast)!
>>
>> http://javacc.dev.java.net/
>>
>> The happy irony is that Velocity is built on top of a JavaCC-generated
>> parser.  Gotta love that synergy.
>
>
>
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