On Mon, Apr 18, 2005 at 02:53:14PM -0700, Michel Pelletier wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I've just checked in a new package into the Zope 3 base called Clarity.
> > What it does is integrate ClearSilver templating into Zope 3 (trunk,
> > though I expect Zope X3.0 or even Five support should be easy enough).
> > It's all still rough, but initial tests show ClearSilver templates can
> > be quite a bit faster than ZPT, and they have other possible benefits.
> > In my simplistic experiments I got transaction rates about 2 to 5 times
> > higher than you can reach with ZPT, testing this with the 'siege' utility.
> Very interesting, but the template syntax is hideous. :) Do you think
> it's possible that there can be some kind of 'Clairity' mode for ZPT,
> stripped of security and anything but path expressions (or even simpler,
> hardwired syntax), applied solely to a Clairty style object that the
> template data is abstracted from? This would fuse the benefits of
> Clairty (you outlined) with ZPT (good mockups, well-formedness, etc)
Something looking like Nevow maybe?
Its template language looks kind of like ZPT without all the
fancy TALES expressions.
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