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I was using the genshi text templates from z3c.pt to generate emails. I have since switched to chameleon, but I can not find any trace of text template support there. Did that go missing somewhere, or am I overlooking something? Wichert. --~--~-~--~~~---~--~~
On 11/10/08 4:23 PM, Malthe Borch wrote: Hey Wichert, –– I believe the text templates live in ``z3c.pt``. Perhaps they ought to be available in ``chameleon.zpt``, too. I think they ought to :). They use genshi syntax, not zpt syntax, which would make chameleon.genshi a better fit.
On 12/1/08 12:56 PM, Malthe Borch wrote: 2008/12/1 Wichert Akkerman[EMAIL PROTECTED]: Why does chameleon do $-expansion in zpt? That's a Genshi feature. Yes, it's a Genshi-feature, but it's been present in ``chameleon.zpt`` for a long time now. I would not necessarily be opposed
into chameleon, or possibly even be replaced with standard python string formatting with a bit more work. Is this a path that would be interesting? I doubt people using pylons or other non-zope environments want to buy into the complexity that zope.i18n brings.. Wichert. -- Wichert Akkerman
On 12/5/08 10:05 AM, Hanno Schlichting wrote: The first is wrapping around Python gettext support. Note however that gettext support in Python itself isn't updated for a long time and seems to lack maintenance. GNU Gettext itself has progressed in various ways. If you don't want to use