Why does a hearse horse snicker, hauling a lawyer away?
-- Carl Sandburg
The WAP FAQ
Look here first, you'll find a lot of info, and save your self a lot
This is Zygo Communications WAP tools.
This a collection of tools written by Zygo staff for internal use which
may be useful to the WAP developer community. No charge, no warranties, and
if they break, you get to keep both halves.
My baby is live :-) Check out WAPWord.
Many thanks to all the Zygo staff involved in bringing the idea to life.
WML to WMLC
- CGI::WML A subclass of LDS's CGI.pm perl module for WML output.
wml_to_wmlc.pl - A perl WML to WMLC
converter based on XML::Parser. Working, but could do with some
HTML to WML
wmlc-0.001.tar.gz - A 'C' WML to WMLC
converter based on Thomas Neil's
wml_tools package. Also includes perl interface. Incomplete.
IMODE -> WAP - A proxy server
for converting HTML to WML on the fly. This is the best option
of the systems here.
The CGI::WML above includes an HTML to WML converter.
($page_title,$converted_wml) = $q->html_to_wml($html);
waptest.pl - A perl script to
syntax check a WML URL.
Uses XML::Parser and LWP. Run from the command line, or paste a URL
hd.pl - Dump request headers to a WML or
HTML browser. HTML or WML output, depending on requesting browser.
WBMP Hit Counter
Don't drink and drive.
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