[typo] Switch To HAML?
Frederic de Villamil
neuro at 7el.net
Mon Feb 12 05:00:44 EST 2007
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Le 12 févr. 07 à 02:20, Kevin Ballard a écrit :
> On Feb 2, 2007, at 12:55 PM, mathew wrote:
>> I agree. I think HAML is a dumb idea, because it means you can't just
>> edit your templates in a standard XHTML or XML editor.
> Buh? Who edits HTML in an XML editor? Especially since the eRB
> escapes aren't, to my knowledge, real XML escapes and so I should
> be able to construct a valid RHTML file which isn't valid XML.
>> If typo moves to HAML, I drop typo, unless there's an HTML-to-HAML
>> converter. I don't want to learn another markup language unless
>> there's a really, really compelling reason. Making templates take up
>> less characters is not that reason.
> Why would you have to learn HAML? If we push out a stable Typo that
> uses HAML, we'll make sure themes can still use rhtml, so there
> should be no problem here.
What we're actually going to do is leave one theme with HAML and one
This way, people who want to use HAML – like I do – will use it, and
people who want to open their template in an HTML editor will bbe
able to do so.
That way, everyone's going to be happy.
Frédéric de Villamil
frederic at de-villamil.com tel: +33 (0)6 62 19 1337
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