Shane Hathaway writes:
> - You have to be careful not to use double quotes in expressions.
> (Ampersands and less-than/greater-than signs are tricky too. Watch out
> for pairs of hyphens!)
This is FUD. TAL can handle these things quite well; the "problem" is
that many web developers don't have a clear understanding of layers of
encoding (a seriously unfortunate state of affairs, though
understandable given the time pressures of creating/updating a site).
Encoding quotes inside an attribute values means that the expression
(Python or not) is harder to read, but if it doesn't still work,
there's a bug in the implementation. I'll be glad to donate some of
my time to fix any such bugs.
Othan than this, I agree with you on this topic.
Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fred at zope.com>
PythonLabs at Zope Corporation
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