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LAML: Lisp Abstracted Markup Language

We now introduce LAML, which basically is Scheme with access to libraries which mirror HTML. In addition, we support a number of functions which in our experience are very helpful during a typical WWW authoring process. Some of these functions are organized in document styles.

  • LAML fundamentals:

    • The Scheme programming language itself

    • A mirror of HTML in Scheme

    • A number of useful libraries

    • A number of LAML document styles

    • An Emacs Environment for practical use of LAML

LAML = Scheme + The HTML mirror + The LAML document styles