Embedding a for inside an html template for substitution

Michael Torrie torriem at gmail.com
Tue Mar 5 04:56:14 CET 2013


On 03/04/2013 01:06 PM, Ferrous Cranus wrote:
> What do you advise me to do?
> Generate html via python code like print '''stuf......'''  or use an 
> html templating system?
> Up until now i was using the first method and i though it would be a 
> nice idea to seperate design from code.
> 
> But please also provide me a simple example of 'files.html' and 
> 'files.py' so i can understand how does the templating system you 
> mentioned work. Was it Django?!


Just generating html code is simple, but it does become a bit messy over
time.

Check out that link in my previous e-mail to a list of python templating
engines.  Choose one and try it.  No I cannot provide any example code.
 I haven't used any of these systems; I'm just googling for you.  Most
of them come with examples anyway.

Check out, among others:
http://www.cheetahtemplate.org/docs/users_guide_html/
And actually this one uses cheetah to do static pages (not a full-blown
web app):
http://www.ivy.fr/tahchee/

I do recommend you at least take a look at Django.  It may be overkill
for your needs.  It does contain a templating engine, but it also
contains a whole lot more useful things for doing web-based applications.

Here's the link in case you missed it:
http://wiki.python.org/moin/Templating



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