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I'm looking for  cgi that compiles FAQ pages.  I know they are around I have seen them before.

Can you please find for me a FREE compiler?  It should be password protected so that no one can change the files except me.  Must make good looking FAQ's and / or modifyable html's!

Thanks
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richroth earned 100 total points
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You will find an excellent FAQ2HTML converter at:
      http://www.lfw.org/python/faq2html.py
It is written in python: which you can find at:
      http://www.python.org

For a perl faq2html - check at www.cpan.prg or www.perl.com/perl
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by:bulmer
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Can't find either of the perl scripts!  DNS entry  not found on the first one!
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