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Brian Mearns
Working on README. Added C-code sin-lut template. Working on actually evaluating the example templates.
Brian Mearns
Working on README, and trying to improve filepos tracking for errors.
Brian Mearns
Improved vim syntax file a bit.
Brian Mearns
Finished cleaning up html.itmpl to use new poe and ete.
Brian Mearns
Some more template cleanup in html.itmpl.
Brian Mearns
Updated html.itmpl to use new poe and ete, partially. So much easier this way!
Brian Mearns
Made it so Macro errors are easier to trace (but harder to view, oh well).
Brian Mearns
Working on POE and ETE. This might work out after all.
Brian Mearns
Made it so empty lists eval to empty strings instead of null.
Brian Mearns
Comment.
Brian Mearns
Working on an HTML template-include file, and associated bug-fixing and improvements of the builtin functions that result from that.
Brian Mearns
Improved vim syntax file.
Brian Mearns
Not needed anymore, templ.py is the CLI program.
Brian Mearns
Issue #14, improved TemplateOutputStream so it can wrap File-like objects. But now I can't remember why I needed it.
Brian Mearns
Finished cleaning up the imports, for issue #13.
Brian Mearns
Fixed some bugs with importing.
Brian Mearns
Added some more include like things.
Brian Mearns
Another option, that I think I like more: always strip the last eol from the last line.
Brian Mearns
So here's one option for handling the EOL (issue #11): Just strip white space off the end of the last plaintext. But maybe there's a better way...
Brian Mearns
Working on include-as-list.
Brian Mearns
Added include function. It actually works. Nice.
Brian Mearns
Added a bunch new functions.
Brian Mearns
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Brian Mearns
Merge
Brian Mearns
Test
Brian Mearns
Started working on file IO functions. Having some problems.
Brian Mearns
You know the drill by now...
Brian Mearns
You know the drill by now...
Brian Mearns
More builtins...
Brian Mearns
More builtins, and added test to callExecutable to make sure the scope is left at the correct depth.
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