look back in this list or the Cheetah list and there were some examples=20
of cheetah for the WYSIWYG designer. You can also lookup articles=20
concerning java's Velicity and WYSIWYG for some help.
I've used cheetah under dreamweaver and it works pretty well - I just=20
had to add some creative comments so that dreamwaver saw HTML comments=20
around the cheetah directives. There was also some mention of using=20
<!-- to mark the start of cheetah code.
If your designer comes from the PHP world, there is a python package=20
that uses the sames syntax as the phpBB templates.
Michel Thadeu wrote:
>I want to share some experience... I am a happy user of the webware
>servlets, but now I working on a small business where I am not the
>programmer, designer, tester... I must work in a colaborative way.
>I will start to dig up into a template engine, I know psp and cheetah
>and I think it's ok, but, how say the cheetah docs, this is for
>emacs/vim users, I'm a vim user, but the designer are not, the designer
>don't know what is vim :)
>Does anyone are facing this? What about zpt? Sometimes ago I talk to
>Pedro Beck (do you still here?) about the ZPTKit, but that time I don't
>have time (and maybe knowledgement) to work with it :) Does a download
>page for the ZPTKit exist?
>I try ZPTPage but I think it will be useless without a way to implement
>the user-macro and fill-slot, I think the use macro should import and
>extend a Module and the fill-slot should replace some method...
>I have an example: I write a baseclass for a step by step form. All the
>forms must have a name like FormX (Form1, Form2, Form3). Each form
>points to the next and have links to the previous, I have a end button
>that are disable if the page isn't the last.
>I want to explain this to designer and the designer use the simpliest
>way to fill out the writeContent method (where resides the form items).
>Thanks for the attention!
>Michel Thadeu Sabchuk
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