Patrick, are you developer of PHPTAL or not?

Anton

On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 5:29 PM, Patrick Burke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I love PHPTAL, and the self documentation thread going on is a very
> interesting idea.  The requirement that brought up self-documentation
> seems like a development environment issue though,  The development
> environment issue seems odd to me because I would think that the core
> variables needed would be made available by Development.  If Design
> needs some variables that Devel needs to know about then a simple
> intermediate layer would let Design do their own
> $template_obj->set('thevar', thevalue);  But if the code is nicely
> segmented then some designated member of Design should be able to add
> to the PHP code that is loading the template directly (ideally, anyone
> on Design if the code is locked down and versioned).
>
> I'm not poo-poo'ing the self-documentation idea, I'm just sick of
> Smarty and I know PHPTAL can become the de facto PHP standard if
> development of PHPTAL, in the short term, were geared more towards
> marketing bullet points that can be proudly displayed on a big, pretty
> banner on a web page.  So I'd like to see some awesome effort (yes,
> I'm talking to myself as well) towards things like memcached
> integration, Eclipse/editor plugins, get reeeeally slick with the
> trigger and format systems, and even a geeky effort to do an extended
> promotional push (yes, I'm mentioning a "project" that doesn't
> necessarily involve coding) because, admit it, PHPTAL was "there" at
> 1.18 so it's ready to get a little promotion and that means people
> coordinating a push.
>
> I'm seeing PHPTAL at a tipping point.  I wasn't able to get PHPTAL
> into many environments in the last couple years because big, fat, ugly
> Smarty was sitting in the templates directories already.  PHPTAL has
> awesome core features, is better than "fast enough", and has a great
> lookin' future so it's not hard to pitch it when I can get a chance to
> list off the coolness of it.  I, and others, will get more of a chance
> to pitch it if there were just a few more......I hate to say this
> but......enterprise features that make it more known about to higher
> level Development leads.  It's true though.
>
> Hew
>
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> >   1. Re: automated documentation for templates? (Kornel Lesinski)
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> > Message: 1
> > Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 10:32:04 +0100
> > From: "Kornel Lesinski" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Subject: Re: [PHPTAL] automated documentation for templates?
> > To: "Template Attribute Language for PHP"
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> > On Fri, 30 May 2008 10:19:18 +0100, Iván -DrSlump- Montes
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> >> With something like this the comment won't show up
> >>
> >> <tal:comment tal:replace="null"><!--
> >>   Comment: Here is a comment which won't show up in the generated HTML
> >> --></tal:comment>
> >
> > any element can have tal:comment attribute.
> >
> > <li tal:comment="won't be in HTML" />
> >
> > and it's possible to register your own attribute or namespace in PHPTAL,
> > so you could have
> >
> > <li my:documentation="..." />
> >
> > --
> > regards, Kornel
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