Right now we're using <% pass %> to end blocks in PSP. I realize we can't eliminate the arcaneness completely, but on top of that we're using a regular Python statement:
[a] It feels weird
[b] The word 'pass' has no meaning related to "ending a block of statements" which is what we're doing
[c] I'm vaguely itching about future complications if pass gets used in the coder's code.
Given that we already use <%@ %> for special things like setting options, how about using:
<%@ end %>
* It says what it does.
* It's the same size and almost the same look as the current convention.
* It will never clash with code.
* It uses <%@ %> which indicates PSP things which aren't strictly Python or HTML.
Damn, I just sound so right. :^)