On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 3:45 PM, Paul Everitt <p...@agendaless.com> wrote:

> You're right, I forgot to mention that this was going to be the plan I went
> with to get around Chameleon parse-time problems.  On one hand, it kinda
> goes against the accepted pattern for doing client-side
> templating...everybody just jams stuff into the original page.
> 1) It results in the same thing.
> 2) It lets you keep the templating close to the jQuery plugin that might
> bundle up the larger widget you're making.
> 3) It can help avoid keeping both the QUnit templating in sync with the ZPT
> templating.
> 4) It spares developers having to sort out which bits are server side and
which bits are client side in the same template.

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