Preferred standalone TAL module?
speakstofish at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 26 19:44:03 CEST 2003
Ah I hadn't realized that when people spoke of ZPT they were referring
to a specific package, rather I thought they meant Zope itself. This
will be a good opportunity to see how my current templates and scripts
work when I drop in another implementation.
And seeing as my current application involves analyzing SAS output in
Python, I'll take this as a sign. ;)
Kevin Smith <Kevin.Smith at sas.com> wrote in message news:<20030826085001862-0400 at braeburn.themorgue.org>...
> http://zpt.sf.net uses the actual Zope sources with just a thin wrapper
> around them to make them work outside the Zope framework. They aren't
> currently in development simply because they are up to date with the
> Zope source.
> In <5d855b4b.0308251419.31e894e6 at posting.google.com> Fahd Khan wrote:
> > The web-based Python software I've written thus far lacks a consistent
> > approach to generating output. After reading Graham Fawcett's
> > endorsement of Zope Template Pages in the recent web programming
> > thread, I looked up TAL and found it to be quite nice. Going through
> > recent postings on Google it seems SimpleTAL is the standalone TAL
> > module in most active usage and development just now, would the
> > community concur or suggest alternatives?
> > Here's the post I'm referencing:
> > http://groups.google.com/groups?safe=images&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&as_
> > umsgid=e9570f37.0304070923.70612d28 at posting.google.com%20&lr=&hl=en
> > I'm also motivated by the web programming thread's underlying message
> > of seeking "industrial strength" solutions that work in many domains
> > using existing tools, so that I spend more time coding and less time
> > "shopping" for modules. TAL seems a good way to do that (I'm most
> > certainly not ready to take the plunge into Zope). Any comments there?
> > Fahd Khan
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