On 08/24/2010 04:04 PM, Jaroslav Lukesh wrote:
> ZPT is more academic platform, than for everyday usage.

Wow, I have never heard that opinion before.  I have had quite the 
opposite experience: I find ZPT more productive and less error-prone 
than all other web templating languages.  I have a project that pulls in 
several templating languages, due to dependencies, and ZPT is easily the 
best and most practical of them all.

I should clarify that I use Chameleon and BFG, so expressions in 
templates are in Python, and BFG's view machinery lets me put all 
non-trivial template code in normal Python modules.

I suppose I would agree with the statement "Zope 2 page templates are 
academic", since the full practical value of ZPT was not realized until 
it was reimplemented a few times.  (See Kid, Genshi, Chameleon, and 
possibly others.)

Anyway, sorry for posting this to the wrong list.

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