Sean Dague <> wrote:

> On 02/02/2015 06:06 PM, Mike Bayer wrote:
>> Sean Dague <> wrote:
>>> On 02/02/2015 04:20 PM, Mark McClain wrote:
>>>> You’re right that the Mako dependency is really a side effect from 
>>>> Alembic.  We used jinja for tempting radvd because it is used by the 
>>>> projects within the OpenStack ecosystem and also used in VPNaaS.
>>> Jinja is far more used in other parts of OpenStack from my recollection,
>>> I think that's probably the prefered thing to consolidate on.
>>> Alembic being different is fine, it's a dependent library.
>> there’s no reason not to have both installed.     Tempita also gets 
>> installed with a typical openstack setup.
>> that said, if you use Mako, you get the creator of Mako on board to help as 
>> he already works for openstack, for free!
> Sure, but the point is that it would be better to have the OpenStack
> code be consistent in this regard, as it makes for a more smooth
> environment.

stick with Jinja if that’s what projects are already using.
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