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Re: Bug#234907: ITP: kwartz -- HTML templating system



On Thursday 26 February 2004 15.37, Peter Palfrader wrote:

>   Description     : templating system

Is there any comparison of the various ways of dynamically generate text from 
templates? I'm currently developing a application which will at some time 
include a web frontend, and a mail frontend, and will cvertainly make use of 
some templating technique - but which?

A short look with apt-cache search shows (just looking at the short 
description)

libcgi-fasttemplate-perl
libmacrosystem0
python-bobodtml
cl-html-template
gween
libamrita-ruby1.6
libhtml-template-perl
libtemplate-perl
libtext-template-perl
libxtemplate-ruby1.8
python-htmltmpl
smarty
template-new
velocity
libapache-template-perl
libhtml-template-ruby
python-cheetah

And of course, one could also use XSLT and friends, or implement my web 
application as a zope module, or ...

(This is *not* a question for a justification of the kwartz package, of 
course, it's just an expression of my despair when I look at all the 
possibilities - to make a choice, I should evaluate at least some decent 
subset of those).

cheers
-- vbi

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