Navbar generator?

Russ Schnapp rlssdpm at
Sun Apr 2 11:16:14 CDT 2000

Eugene Tsyrklevich wrote:
> ~sdpm~
> See Perl Journal Issue #12 (Volume 3, Issue 4, Winter98). It's 
got an article on dynamically generating navigation bars by Lincoln 

Thanks for the reference.  I'm not a subscriber to Perl Journal, so I 
can't retrieve the article.  The description is...

                   A Dynamic Navigation Bar with mod_perl 10
                   Navigation bar envy, sated with Apache and Perl.
                   Lincoln D. Stein

...which sounds to me like it requires the server to be Apache, 
configured with mod_perl.  I'm not really looking for a dynamic 
solution to this problem.  Instead, I want to compile a static 
solution that will work on any http server.  I want to deliver simple, 
static pages to the customer, while remaining able to easily modify 
all the navbars in a single place.  I don't even want to burden the 
customer with a fancy CGI.  A compiler-like solution seems right to 


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