Thanks for a quick answer.
> > So in which use cases are z3c.macroviewlet the best option?
> The idea behind the macroviewlet is the option to let you
> define only one page template. The macroviewlet allows you to
> register snippets from this template and the same template
> could be used as layout template. This means you could really
> support an XHTML template with the full layout including all
> viewlets in it.
> The main goal was to use the nice templates from the graphic
> desingers without any additional templates.
It's more or less the same goal I want to achieve, but I thought I could
do the same with z3c.template (and the browser:viewlet directive).
Similar to the way z3c.template can be used to extract a snippet
(defined by a macro) from a page template for a pagelet.
But that may not be the case and that's why a package like
z3c.macroviewlet has been made.
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