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Post by Stefan Koopmanschap »

well, I'm currently researching some template engines. so far, TemplatePower seems quite interesting. simply, yet powerful with BLOCK features and such.

anyone have any other template engines that I should check out?
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nobody?
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I'm still doing it the old fashion way - we learn it.
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[quoteee3ad="Bear"]I'm still doing it the old fashion way - we learn it.[/quoteee3ad]

so what do you learn then? ;)

basically, we want to split the php from the html here at work so that our designers don't cause parse errors when they do their thing ;)
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What are they using here? Or, what was the basis for the template system here?
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[quote5d74a="Bear"]What are they using here? Or, what was the basis for the template system here?[/quote5d74a]

phpLib I think
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Post by R45 »

Stick an @ sign at the begining of any line, it won't report errors. That probably won't be practical, but hey, felt like sharing :P
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[quote6efc9="Ras"]Stick an @ sign at the begining of any line, it won't report errors. That probably won't be practical, but hey, felt like sharing :P[/quote6efc9]

rofl

yeah, that would be a good solution against parse errors. unfortunately, it won't display the information correctly either :(
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Thanks for tip. :P

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Post by emke »

We use Smarty. It's by far the best and most advanced template engine I've seen.

Can be found on: http://smarty.php.net/
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