spyce v1.3.5 released

Rimon Barr Rimon Barr <barr@cs.cornell.edu>
Sun, 19 Jan 2003 14:38:01 -0500 (EST)

Spyce v1.3.5 released on 19 January 2002

SPYCE is a server-side language that supports simple and efficient
Python-based dynamic HTML generation. Those who are familiar with JSP,
PHP, or ASP and like Python, should have a look at Spyce. Its modular
design makes it very flexible and extensible. It can also be used as a
command-line utility for static text pre-processing.

Get it at:

Taglib and Spylambda modules now loaded implicitly, but only when tags and
spyce lambdas are used, respectively, for improved performance. Makefile
install rule made more portable; removed -D switch that is not available
on MacOS X and FreeBSD versions of install. The automaton module was
improved to allow the easy definition of an entire state-machine, and the
EOFError exception is now properly handled when file-based Spyce caching
is turned on.

Change log
  taglib and spylambda modules loaded implicitly only when needed
    (i.e. when tags or spyce lambdas are actually used in a given file)
  make install made more portable; removed install -D switch
  EOFError now handled for file-based spyce caching (strange Windows bug?)
  improvements to automaton module