tony at tonybibbs.com
Tue Apr 1 15:24:42 EST 2003
Jason, thanks for posting the follow-up. I'm wrapping up my MVC
implementation as well as the new GL2 language stuff and from there we
will be ready to start in on the GL2 module API which, as you eluded to,
will require a decision on the template system.
On Mon, 31 Mar
2003, Jason Whittenburg wrote:
> BTW, I said this on the IRC channel but will repeat it here for the record.
> I've played with Flexy over the past few days, converting some of my code to
> using it. I really like it! Much better than IT. It made the code simpler
> and the templates were very easier to create. Though I don't use WYSIWYG, I
> can understand how that is "a good thing" (tm). The speed was great, even
> without Cache_Lite installed. It looks Cache_Lite compatible so the speed
> would only get better.
> So I will +1 the use of HTML_Template_Flexy for GL2 and -1
> Anyone else want to share an experience or opinion? I know Tony wants
> answers! :-)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tony Bibbs" <tony at tonybibbs.com>
> To: "Geeklog Developers" <geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 2:11 PM
> Subject: [geeklog-devel] PEAR::HTML_Template_Flexy
> > Thanks to Jason for this link:
> > http://devel.akbkhome.com/peardoc2/package.html.html-template-flexy.html
> > Feel free to discuss your general thoughts on using it in GL2.
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