2011/9/24 Bartosz Dziewoński <matma....@gmail.com>:
> A comment after some time: I'd appreciate it more if I could just have
> one "external" file with all the templates, and one with the Camping
> code, and I could "link in" the templates to parse using this
> mechanism.

This works, although it's kinda hacky:
  eval('Camping.goes :Foo', nil, 'templates.rb')

On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 16:14, Dave Everitt <dever...@innotts.co.uk> wrote:
> Since no-one has replied, for what it's worth (as a very amateur camper),
> I've always been happy with simple regular Markaby views and the v2.1
> options for external templates. Also, my modest one-file apps have their CSS
> after __END__. In any sizeable app, you'd probably want to have separate
> templates for easier maintenance (since - if inline - their code is going to
> add more than a few lines and break the one-file advantages), so the
> question is: will anyone use/want inline templates? - DaveE

I've committed another patch (8b6fee67). Now you can serve static "files" too:

  @@ /style.css
  * { margin: 0; padding: 0; }

It also sets the correct MIME type.

The only thing I worry about now is that it's taken a lot of bytes.
We're currently at 3976 (97%) bytes.
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