|| ||Steve Howell <showell30-AT-yahoo.com> |
|| ||python-announce-list-AT-python.org |
|| ||SHPAML v0.1 -- HAML-like language for Python |
|| ||Fri, 11 Dec 2009 05:10:44 -0800 (PST)|
|| ||Article, Thread
SHPAML is a HAML-like language for Python. If you are not familiar with HAML, it is a markup
language implemented in Ruby that allows you to create web pages with an indentation-based syntax.
SHPAML is not an exact port of HAML, but it shares the same big goal of slimming your markup, and it
is written in Python! It is a simple, lightweight preprocessor and intended to be used in many
authoring schemes, whether you are producing HTML directly or integrating with a templating
More details can be found here:
It is an early version, but it has been well tested in practice already and is feature-complete for
its fairly minimal goals as of now. The site has a link to a mailing list (Google Groups) for
further discussion, if this interests you!
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