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
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From: Hancock, David (DHANCOCK) []
Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2005 9:43 AM
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 | | 410-266-4384