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The PDF guide isn't accessible or isn't there or something.  It had
this error message:

Software error:

Can't open '/home/rrt/Software/Nancy/nancy-549/Nancy user's
guide.pdf': Permission denied at MIME/ line 123

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The date & time was 21 Jan 2008 at 11:51PM PST.

On Jan 19, 2008 9:24 AM, Reuben Thomas <> wrote:
> I'm delighted to announce a new release of my little web-site templater,
> Nancy:
> This release adds three new commands:
>    $root{}, which inserts the relative URL to the root of the site, allowing
> sites to be fully relocatable;
>    $run{COMMAND,ARG,...} which runs the given command with arguments and
> inserts its output; and
>    $page{}, which inserts the URL to the current page, which is mostly useful
> as an argument to $run{}.
> It also adds the important new feature that Nancy now processes an entire
> site in one invocation, crawling the source tree to discover its structure.
> It requires every non-leaf directory to contain an index page, to ensure
> that the site has no non-existent URLs.
> All these features have been added in response to user demand. Nancy is now
> being used for more complex sites with content generated from other XML
> sources, and yet is now simpler to use than the original version! Sadly, the
> increased functionality comes at the cost of extra code complexity, and
> nancy is now 180 lines long, almost three times as long as the first
> release, though some of the added routines are candidates for inclusion in
> stdlib.
> In addition one or two bugs have been fixed, and Nancy made only to warn and
> not die when an $included fragment cannot be found, so that more than one
> error can be generated per run of Nancy.
> [With apologies, anyone wanting me to read replies should Cc me personally, as
> I'm not currently reading the list.]
> --
> | impunity, n.  wealth (Bierce)