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Wednesday January 07, 2004
11:47 AM

Perl Template Toolkit

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Perl Template Toolkit is making its way to stores near you as we speak. Within the next two weeks it should appearing on shelves, being shipped from Amazon, etc. Congratulations to Darren, Dave, and Andy, all of whom worked their butts off to write, rewrite, read, reread, rereread ....


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  • And thanks to gnat for all the cat (or is that badger?) herding.
  • I'm going to go broke buying books, you know. I suspect this one, though, will be well used and not just another dusty reference work on a bookshelf.

    Now if I could only get my company to go with TT instead of Mason ... nah, it'll never happen.

    • Now if I could only get my company to go with TT instead of Mason ... nah, it'll never happen.
      What's so bad about Mason, then?
      • The same thing that's wrong with Java: nothing.

        Java, like any language, has strengths and weaknesses. Some projects will be avoided or accepted in accordance with these. Some projects, however, will be avoided as a matter of personal taste. The latter is the major issue I have with Mason. For me, working with Template Toolkit is fun and easy. I just don't find Mason to be as straightforward, but that's probably because I learned TT first. For specific issues:

        I don't like that everything gets comp

  • And installing TT (and requirements) via Fink.

    Looks like I might make it to Chapter 3 before the packages finish installing. 8)

    ps: How's the new phone?