Andrew: that two features bring us back to Dan's or mine implementations and
take out the lightweightness of Martin's elegant solution.

Martin: by all means, submit a patch with tests on the already existing

Doing so will enable easy reviewing and comparing.


On 2/6/07, Andrew Dupont <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Martin, I like your implementation a lot (especially the
> Element.writeAttributes idea, which I think should be added no matter
> what) but it's missing two things I like most about Dan Webb's
> DOMBuilder:
> * Tags as method names.  Much easier to do x.DIV(foo, bar) than to do
> new Element("div", foo, bar).
> * Easy nesting (like "x.DIV( x.P ( x.SPAN() ) )").  DOMBuilder
> responds differently based on the number and types of arguments
> passed.

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