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This software is under the GPL, the GNU Public License Version 2, in order to avoid to be oust from it but I really doubt a commercial enterprise can be interested one day. See the gpl document.
Navsquare can use wwwtable which is not under the GPL license. See the file wwwtable.txt in the wwwtable distribution.
Navsquare use freetable, by default, which is under the GPL license. Thanks to Tomasz Węgrzanowski
Read the CHANGELOG file.
NavSquare is just a web tool to generate navigation squares. A navigation square is like a navigation bar except it displays information in two dimensions instead of one.
Informations are :
- where you are. - where you're from. - where you can go.
Navquare allows to consctuct a hierachical web site and maintain a coherent navigation tool on each page.
No known bug. Any unknown bug may be corrected when found and sent to the author.
See the TODO file.
navquare recursively goes down through the directory where you run it. it searches for files named ".myname". Those files contain an alternative name of the directory where they are. If the ".myname" file does not exist then the directory will not be shown in the square.
So before running navsquare.pl, you have to create the ".myname" files in each directory you want to see the navigation square.
The script myname.sh does this job for you. Just run it from the top directory you want to add recursive navsqares.
The following commands are safe since they deal whit STDOUT:
$ navsquare --help $ navsquare $ navsquare --nohtml
Be carefull when you use --ouput=index.html because it will change the index.html files, if they are already present.
See an example in the test/ directory