Cross Culture Limited has released an update for Mergemill, bringing it to version 2.6. Mergemill is a Web development tool designed for the creation of Web pages and CD-ROMs. The update features improved graphics processing for trial users and expanded tutorial support. According to Cross Culture Limited:
Cross Culture Limited today announced the immediate release of Mergemill 2.6, which is a tool for publishing database on the Web or CD-ROM.
The software merges templates with content source files to create the desired output. It enables users to quickly and easily generate web pages from a database, or reformat database data into readable form for publishing.
The upgrade brings many improvements. The graphics processing output limit for trial users is removed, problems caused by hidden files are fixed, and a tutorial is added to the software package.
The tutorial guides the user from planning the web pages, setting up and scripting a FileMaker Pro database, preparing format and source files, to finally working with Mergemill to generate the static html files. Mergemill now accepts source data files that have no column header row.
You can find more information about the Mergemill update at the Cross Culture Limited Web site. Mergemill 2.6 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$59.00.