On Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 7:54 AM, Sönke Ludwig <
> Am 26.07.2016 um 05:22 schrieb Puming:
>> On Monday, 25 July 2016 at 09:29:38 UTC, Sönke Ludwig wrote:
>>> The Diet template language is aimed at providing a way to define
>>> procedurally generated HTML/XML pages (or other output formats), with
>>> minimal visual noise. Syntax and feature set are heavily inspired by
>>> expressions and statements are D statements, and everything that can
>>> be done at compile-time is done at compile-time.
>> A feature I want the most for Diet is the ability to parse Diet
>> templates at RUNTIME instead of compile time with a switch, similar to
>> In this way one can do quick turnarounds in dev mode, tweaking little
>> corners of the pages, and then when a page is finished, it can be
>> switched to compile mode for faster render time.
>> Do you think this is feasible?
> A real runtime solution would require a D runtime interpreter or JIT
> compiler. There would be an alternative solution based on compiling each
> template to a shared library and then dynamically recompiling/reloading
> those as required, but that currently doesn't work due to the alias
> parameter based interface of render!(...).
> However, what should work well is a combination of
> https://github.com/dlang/dub/pull/446 and
> https://github.com/rejectedsoftware/vibe.d/pull/1385 - I'll merge the
> latter one into vibe.d master today. It will require to store session
> information and similar things in an external store, and on Linux the Gold
> linker should be used for speed, but then it should be almost as good as a
> runtime solution.
!! nice, this is going to make my work life so much easier.