At 07:02 AM 5/30/00 -0400, Tom Funk wrote:
>First, please let me apologize for taking so long to respond -- I've been
>installing a new machine at home and it's been fighting me. I'm finally
I know exactly what you mean. I've just been through the same thing.
> <td>The value is <% string.lower("ABC") %></td>
I'm curious. For the above, don't you _have_ to have <%= instead of <%? I
thought <%= was for expressions whose results were automatically included
in the results and <% was for statements that could do anything...
Thank you for your thorough reply. In the Webware for Python project, we're
currently using <%end%> as a special tag to end loops. In this way, a
Python loop can contain mixed HTML and Python chunks. I believe our <%= %>
is very friendly with no indentation requirements or hang ups.
We call these "Python Server Pages" or PSP. They are in the current CVS
repository, but not the 0.2 release. However, we'll be releasing 0.3
shortly, hopefully next Monday.
Our project is at http://webware.sourceforge.net. You might want to check
it out sometime.
Thanks for the information,