Shane Hathaway wrote:

BTW instead of TAL, it should be called SAL, Style Attribute Language. TAL needs a sister. :-)

Arg! No more languages! :'(


Still, maybe a TALES-in-plain-text thing has some merits, but then you want defines, a repeats, and you end up with TAL.

*grunt*

still, I suppose:

template="""
p {
  color: %(color)s;
  background-color: %(bgcolor)s;
}
"""
preferences = context.getProperty('preferences',{})
dict = {
 'color':preferences.get('color','gray'),
 'bgcolor':preferences.get('bgcolor'white'),
}
return template % dict

...does the job in the correct fashion...

Chris

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