[web-devel] Re: Hamlet & Haml
michael at snoyman.com
Thu Apr 15 11:23:34 EDT 2010
On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 12:16 AM, James Britt <james at neurogami.com> wrote:
> Gour wrote:
> > On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 23:14:15 -0700
> >>>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Snoyman wrote:
> > Michael> Funny to see this mentioned right now; I'm in the middle of
> > Michael> incorporating it into Yesod. It's most definitely haml-like:
> > Heh...somehow I've stumbled upon Haml/Sass after researching about
> > static-site generators (StaticMatic supports Haml) and then thought
> > about Haskell...which has brought me to Hamlet. :-)
> > The wikipedia page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haml#Implementations)
> > lists severeal implementations, that's why I've asked if Hamlet could
> > be counted as one?
> > Michael> haml itself allows embedding of arbitrary Ruby code, so that's
> > Michael> not really something I'm interested in here.
> > Same here. No interest in Ruby.
> The use of Ruby is orthogonal to Haml. Ruby implementations allow for
> inserting Ruby. There's no reason any other implementation has to do that.
> It's meant to output (x)html. A Haskell version could have inline
> Haskell. Or not.
> I really was saying that I don't want to allow embedding of arbitrary code
> (That said, I can't stand Haml, and it's popularity among Rubyists is
> depressing. I'd avoid it just as much were it part of any Haskell lib.)
> Out of curiosity, why? I've never really used it large-scale before, but it
seems to work rather nicely.
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