[Haskell-cafe] Thr Neat templating system

Alvaro J. Genial genial at alva.ro
Thu Feb 6 08:25:06 UTC 2014

That should have been *The--no affiliation to The Hollywood Reporter was
intended. :)



On Thu, Feb 6, 2014 at 2:59 AM, Alvaro J. Genial <genial at alva.ro> wrote:

> Howdy,
> I wrote a template system that I've used in a few personal projects and I
> thought it might be worth it to clean the core of it up a bit and show it
> to the world. I named it `neat`, for no other reason than I found it so;
> you can find the sources, an explanation of how it works and basic
> instructions on how to try it and experiment with it here:
>   https://github.com/ajg/neat
> From the synopsis:
> "Neat is a slightly unusual templating tool that does not interpret
> templates at runtime; rather, it compiles templates statically from the
> source (input) language into the target (output) language. In that sense
> neat can be thought of as a very flexible preprocessor masquerading as
> something fancier. Of course, the result can then be embedded or compiled
> directly in order to accept arbitrary data at runtime and transform it as
> desired, dynamically."
> I haven't released it as a proper package because I don't know whether
> it'll be useful; for now it's just a pet project; it is MIT-licensed. I'd
> like to get your ideas, suggestions, criticism, and other feedback.
> Thank you,
> Alvaro
> http://alva.ro
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