push-style templating - an xml-like way to process xhtml
tino at wildenhain.de
Sun Nov 2 15:06:29 CET 2008
Terrence Brannon wrote:
> The most common way of dynamically producing HTML is via template
> engines like genshi, cheetah, makotemplates, etc.
> These engines are 'inline' --- they intersperse programming constructs
> with the HTML document itself.
> An opposite approach to this form of dynamic HTML production is called
> push-style templating, as coined by Terence Parr:
This looks ugly to me.
Why not just using well tested TAL, which is
also available for a number of languages?
In contrast there would be something like TSSL, which
unfortunately never saw the light of the day yet :-)
(This solution would not even touch the HTML directly)
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