I agree about 'marketing friendly' too.
PHPTAL guys, lets improve on this part. I'll help doing my best for this
On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 7:28 PM, Iván -DrSlump- Montes <
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> I've been trying to push for PHPTAL use in several projects in the
> last years but I haven't been very successful. I ended up writing my
> own version from scratch a couple of months ago, leveraging new PHP
> 5.3 features and the bundled XML parsers + Tidy for legacy templates.
> The main point in implementing my own version was to make it extremely
> modular to support custom storage (file, string, pdo...), easily
> extendable namespaces, tales modifiers, pre/post filters and code
> supports most of that stuff it's showing its age and doesn't makes use
> of modern PHP's OO features. That's why I target 5.3, so I can tell
> management that the library is using 'latests technology' and is
> easily hookable into existing frameworks like ZF or Symfony. Using a
> BSD like license was also required in some projects.
> As for integration with IDEs, being an XML format I guess the only
> thing needed is to implement a DTD and a RelaxNG schema to cover most
> I also agree on that it needs to be more 'marketting friendly', the
> home page is an invaluable resource given that the manual is quite
> complete but it does not sale the product. And a section with tips and
> lot newcomers.
> On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 5:33 PM, Patrick Burke <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Anton, yes I am a developer of PHPTAL but I'm not on the PHTPAL
> > developer list. My modifications have been specific to the company I
> > was implementing it for but I've made more general modifications along
> > the way, like some memcached/compiled templates trickery I used at the
> > last place I did a gig for, and I'm ready to make a formal
> > contribution so the PHPTAL Developers can tell me what's up/what they
> > think. But even if my own contributions get shot down I'd like to see
> > development of PHPTAL geared towards the people I have to pitch to:
> > CTOs, IT Managers, Directors/Producers of Internet Programming, etc.
> > Just for a while anyways, just until there's undeniable awareness of
> > PHPTAL in that segment of IT personnel. I think it's only a matter of
> > adding and promoting a few more "enterprise" features to the project
> > (I really, reeeeally hate that "enterprise" term but...you probably
> > know what I mean when I say it so that's why I'm using it).
> > I've probably got another couple of months before I get up to speed on
> > the latest version of PHPTAL and then implement the memcached thingy I
> > did. Hopefully I'm an "official" PHPTAL developer at that point.
> > But do you get what I'm saying about the direction of development in
> > the short term? It's just that I know too many CTO types that have
> > actually heard of Smarty but are baffled by this new-fangled PHPTAL
> > stuff, and they aren't even keen on hearing about it until I start
> > sneaking in comments like, "See, that problem just simply doesn't ever
> > happen when you use PHPTAL", or "We wouldn't worry about that
> > bottleneck if we had something like PHPTAL's system".
> > Know what I mean?
> > Hew
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