"Coleman, Bryan" wrote:
> 
> DTML syntax' not OO? Coming from python trying to learn DTML is very
> awkward. It seems that there is a different way of doing everything and this
> has been very frustrating. Is there an underlying theme to the syntax I am
> not picking up on or was this not a concern for creating the language. The
> short hand for variables is an example, because it is so different from the
> long hand method. The python tags are a little better but the documentation
> on them is a little sketchy. The right editor would be able to use them just
> as easily as the <DTML> style.

Well, it is OO in the sense that a DTML method is a method of it's
folder, and a DTML Document is an object.  However, if you have ideas on
how it should be, please wander over to the DTMLWiki and give your
input:

http://www.zope.org/Members/4am/DTMLWiki/FrontPage
-- 
ethan mindlace fremen
Zopatista Community Liason

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