[typo] Switch To HAML?
seandanielsmith at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 08:39:37 EST 2007
Ah, if I am interpreting this right, the issue is the one mentioned
which, as the thread says, is fixed in trunk and making its way to stable.
What I am interested in is if there will be a theme where all the
regular views are actually rhtml (for those that prefer it). Looking
at the typo trunk, the default views are all being completely
converted to haml, and the old rhtml being tossed away.
Having a theme where all the regular views are also rhtml might be
helpful to those who don't have the time/desire to learn haml.
Similarly, themes for whatever other template languages Typo supports.
Then again, I can also see that as a bit of a pita when making changes
to the views.
On 2/1/07, Trejkaz <trejkaz at trypticon.org> wrote:
> On Thursday 01 February 2007 13:45, Steve Longdo wrote:
> > Wow! I hope HAML doesn't become the de facto templating system in Typo. I
> > imagine that the 4.0 release will become the final one that has any wide
> > adoption if this is true.
> Yeah, I dislike HAML too. If it were up to me and a change had to be made
> (rhtml isn't so evil, honestly) I'd probably jump to Markaby since it carries
> all the so-called benefits of HAML without creating yet another language
> which needs to be learned.
> I suppose it should still be possible to drop in Markaby and use it for
> whatever templates we want. Rails usually makes that kind of thing trivial
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