Alex, thanks for the feedback! This is my first time running lintAll - great suggestion!
It looks like it's suggesting that I have a bunch of unbound variables. Probably because I don't have my globals prefixed with * which is against the naming convention. Is that a correct high level interpretation? I tested it by replacing Model with *Model and those warnings went away. (lintAll) output: (((revise> . +Date) (def datStr expDat)) ((print> . +Date) (def datStr)) (section (def Func) (bnd X Subview Model Func)) (testRender (def Section NonSection Name) (bnd Names Model Tree)) (addCell (bnd Cur RootPtr CurType)) (update (def set!>)) (select (def goal)) (testParse (def Section Name) (bnd Names Model Expected Template Html)) (_update (def put!> mis>)) (context (def Func) (bnd Model Func)) (parse (bnd Cur RootPtr Root))) I think I understand the warnings on the test* functions too. Definitely a good idea to run before publishing a library for others. thanks! On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 1:31 PM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>wrote: > Hi Joe, > > > I've created a mustache (a template system) implementation in PicoLisp. > > You can find it here: https://bitbucket.org/joebo/picostache/ > > Nice! :) > > > > I'm very interested in feedback on the implementation and the usefulness > of > > it. > > Concerning the implementation, there are a few glitches. I'd recommend > to call > > : (lintAll) > > in debug mode, and then fix the diagnoses one by one ;-) > > ♪♫ > - Alex > -- > UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe >