I'm surprised that no one responded to this. (Or maybe people did and
our continual email server problems have lost it.)
I'd like to congratulate Hiperlogica, because they have (ding ding ding)
the _right answer_! :^)
Seriously, we at Digital Creations have been quietly formulating a
proposal on this since Amos put up the template proposal in
dev.zope.org. I floated some trial balloons at EuroZope and it's clear
there's some consensus.
Our "XHTML Templates Proposal" is at:
Since Wiki is having a tough time on the list here lately, I'll post the
text in a message in just a second.
To summarize, we at DC at least think that Hiperglocia is on to the
right thing and we'd like to indicate support for that direction.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> We (I and Hiperlogica, a company I consult with) have been
> developing a template renderer with similar intent to xmlc
> (be based on XML/DOM, allow the template to be previewed and
> edited using tools not aware of the format, such as xHTML
> editors, and enforce presentation/logic separation).
> As the project is somewhat on hold while we have more pressing
> issues, I decided to share the current (rather kludgy)
> prototype with the community. It is at
> On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 02:06:08PM +0000, Jason Spisak wrote:
> > Zope Devers,
> > THis is going to seem strange coming from someone who hasn't been on the
> > list in a long time, but I was at the Linux Expo in San Jose, and sat in on
> > a Web app talk. Lutris was in charge of the panel, and they talked about
> > xmlc. I went to their booth and asked about it. I think it could be the
> > best way to get hard-core python people to jump on zope's band-wagon, and
> > stop the dtml frowning.
> > If you who are in the know about zope have time, please read a quick bit on
> > what it is.
> > http://xmlc.enhydra.org
> > Especially the tutorial:
> > http://staff.plugged.net.au/dwood/xmlc/index.html
> > Is there any obvious reason why Zope wouldn't benefit tremendously from
> > this design and programming separation and pure python boost?
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