>You suggested before that I should add more syntax to the Pyke engine,
>which has me to thinking about the =91<py=92 I'm using at the moment. Wher=
>it makes sense to have 'py' (as it=92s embedded Python, I=92m leaning towa=
>a 'py/ code /py' structure, what do you think?). In Spyce you use =91[[=91
>which I personally think in a nice looking structure to work with (yet I
>wasn=92t overly keen on it when I first used it), however maybe for people
>who have used PHP the =91<?=92 tag would work better, or even ASP's =91<%=
>anyway, would it be worth having a config. file to define the syntax etc.
>and would this be hard to do?
ASP/JSP syntax is supported.
PHP is not.
Rationale for complicating the syntax: support from exiting editing tools.