>>>>> Jimmy Thrasher <jjthrash / pobox.com> writes:

> If you're not totally adverse to writing in Java,


    I am.


> take a look at
> the WBI framework (http://www.almaden.ibm.com/cs/wbi), which is
> free.  It's designed for that sort of thing.  In fact, if you're
> willing to spend a lot of money,


    I'm not.


> look at WebSphere Transcoding
> Publisher (http://www.ibm.com/software/webservers/transcoding).
> It is based on WBI, and provides a lot of functionality for
> modifying the content of pages (largely for HTML->WML changes
> and things like that).

> You might even be able to write plugins for WBI in Ruby, using
> this Java Ruby interpreter.  ;)

> Jimmy



    This is a mostly academic exercise.  I had been thinking about
    trying threads in Ruby and this seemed like a good excuse.

    -dave


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