File Extension TMPL

File type: eMule Web interface Template File, formVista Template, Website META Language Template File

About the TMPL file type:

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eMule was created by Merkur in May 2002 as he was rather dissatisfied with the original eDonkey client and thought that it would be better that he created a better one by himself. With the help of a few more developers, eMule was created. eMule is an application which allows the sharing as well as downloading of files with other people across the globe through the use of a peer to peer network that eMule established between the two. eMule uses a special file by the name eMule.tmpl which is important for the application to run and has important information for the client. It contains the data and information regarding the layout of the application which can be configured and customized by the user and saved thereon. It also has important information relating to the web interface of the client.


Detailed information for file extension TMPL


Category: Data File
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: eMule, formVista
Open with Linux:
This file is also used by web development environments. FormVista is a special business component framework developed specifically for PHP which implements a large subset of the patters that are common in the business oriented applications for the web. FVML is very similar to HTML and it describes how the component will look and also details how the client should behave in response to specific user input and describes the process of interaction with the database. WML is an open source free and extensible HTML generation toolkit developed for UNIX. It is distributed under the GPLv2 license. It has been developed in ANSI C along with Perl 5 and has a built in GNU Autoconf based source code tree structure and is able to run out-of-the-box on most of the UNIX derivatives.