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Posted over 4 years ago by avox
And here is part 2! After my disappointment with XQuery, I looked at a template engine for Python. While Python can do some basic templating itself, Cheetah is much more powerful. So here’s an example for a Cheetah template: // Generated file, do not ... [More] edit! \#ifndef ${c.name.upper()}_H \#define ${c.name.upper()}_H class ${c.name} { // properties #for [...] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by avox
And here is part 2! After my disappointment with XQuery, I looked at a template engine for Python. While Python can do some basic templating itself, Cheetah is much more powerful. So here’s an example for a Cheetah template: // Generated file, do not ... [More] edit! \#ifndef ${c.name.upper()}_H \#define ${c.name.upper()}_H class ${c.name} { // properties #for […] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by avox
And here is part 2! After my disappointment with XQuery, I looked at a template engine for Python. While Python can do some basic templating itself, Cheetah is much more powerful. So here’s an example for a Cheetah template: // Generated file, do not ... [More] edit! \#ifndef ${c.name.upper()}_H \#define ${c.name.upper()}_H class ${c.name} { // properties #for […] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by avox
Anyone who has looked at a Scribus preferences file (scribus.rc) will be aware that the sheer amount of settings is daunting. There’s a C++ file named prefsstructs.h that defines on 470 lines of code 29 data structures too hold various settings. And these are just dumb structs, without any code to read/write to XML (or […]
Posted over 4 years ago by avox
Anyone who has looked at a Scribus preferences file (scribus.rc) will be aware that the sheer amount of settings is daunting. There’s a C++ file named prefsstructs.h that defines on 470 lines of code 29 data structures too hold various settings. And these are just dumb structs, without any code to read/write to XML (or […]
Posted over 4 years ago by avox
Anyone who has looked at a Scribus preferences file (scribus.rc) will be aware that the sheer amount of settings is daunting. There’s a C++ file named prefsstructs.h that defines on 470 lines of code 29 data structures too hold various settings. And these are just dumb structs, without any code to read/write to XML (or [...]
Posted over 4 years ago by mrb
Scribus 1.4.0 Released After almost 4 years of intensive work, the Scribus Team (http://www.scribus.net) has released the new stable version 1.4.0 of the Open Source desktop publishing program Scribus. Given this is the first major stable release in ... [More] some time, this document outlines improvements over the last number of versions, rather than since just the […] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by mrb
Scribus 1.4.0 Released After almost 4 years of intensive work, the Scribus Team (http://www.scribus.net) has released the new stable version 1.4.0 of the Open Source desktop publishing program Scribus. Given this is the first major stable release in ... [More] some time, this document outlines improvements over the last number of versions, rather than since just the [...] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by mrb
Scribus 1.4.0 Released After almost 4 years of intensive work, the Scribus Team (http://www.scribus.net) has released the new stable version 1.4.0 of the Open Source desktop publishing program Scribus. Given this is the first major stable release in ... [More] some time, this document outlines improvements over the last number of versions, rather than since just the […] [Less]
Posted over 5 years ago by malex
See the Scribus Times and Gazette article for more details.