The kid author is going to make kid more compatible with cheetah. I
like the tal syntax but I love the cheetah way to develop (i use
inheitance approach and compilation of templates on servlets,
inheritance from a servlet, etc), the kid is going to a similar way (I
On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 10:50:00 -0500, Geoffrey Talvola
> Not exactly what you asked, but Webware in CVS has a "KidKit" which
> integrates Kid templates with Webware. I haven't used it, but I have looked
> at the Kid documentation and I thought it was similar to, but cleaner than,
> TAL. It might be something you want to look into...
> If you really want TAL, you could probably modify KidKit to make it work
> with TAL instead.
> - Geoff
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hancock, David (DHANCOCK) [mailto:DHANCOCK@...]
> Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2005 9:43 AM
> To: webware-discuss@...
> Subject: [Webware-discuss] Recipes for using TAL with WebKit
> We have been using WebKit + Cheetah for some pages, and WebKit + FunFormKit
> for some other pages, and we're now looking for something a little more
> JSP-like, where we can encapsulate logic in a few custom tags and make the
> page templates HTML. PSP (as implemented in Webware) seems close, but
> doesn't (so far as I can tell) have the notion of a custom tag or an
> attribute for a regular tag that can "hide" the logic behind it.
> At the same time, we've been using Roundup for issue tracking, and are
> getting somewhat comfortable with its TAL syntax.
> Has anyone successfully used TAL in WebKit servlets? If so, feel like
> sharing a "recipe" for it?
> Thanks, and
> David Hancock | dhancock@... | 410-266-4384
Michel Thadeu Sabchuk
Curitiba - Brasil