When looking through http://www.gnu.org/software/guile/ideas.html, I came across this nifty little idea for a PHP-like hypertext preprocessor that works with Guile (at least that's how I understood it), and I decided that I'd implement it, since PHP is starting to get on my nerves (the XML handler just kills me).
I was also thinking of extending it to a level in which programs and languages can be run simultaneously:
<?program id="g" interpreter="/usr/bin/env guile" ?> <?program id="p" interpreter="/usr/bin/env perl" ?> <?g (define title "My Title") (define user "CoolDude1024")
?> <html> <head><title><?g (write title) ?></title></head> <body> <h1><?g (write title) ?></h1> How are you doing today, <?g (write user) ?>? <?p print "I've written this in Perl!!!" ?>.
I was wondering if anybody had any suggestions on this concept before I get too far through coding it. -- - Luiji Maryo (a.k.a. Brain Boy) Visit me at http://brainboyblogger.blogspot.com/.