On Mon, Jun 18, 2001 at 04:36:00PM +0100, Greg McCarroll wrote:
>First, are there any others that I should look at? Also I'd really like
>any objective input people have about templating with these modules. It
>is important to me to try and not just get the article done and dusted,
>but for once to write a piece of text that I am happy with.
Key distinction is: what sort of code is going into the page? Is it
something fairly basic (H::T, T::T in some ways of using it) or
something closer to actual perl? (In the latter case, of course, it is
Evil, because it removes any possibility of separation of code and
data - you might as well be writing PHP.)
The main reason I prefer H::T to T::T is that H::T templates can be
given to Dreamweaver monkeys to edit without my having to worry that
they'll screw them up.