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    <title>poole - logic</title>
    <meta name="description" content="a poole site" />
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         <h1>a poole site</h1>
         <h2>logic</h2>
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    <span class=""><a href="/index.html">home</a></span>
<span class=""><a href="/layout.html">layout</a></span>
<span class="current"><a href="/logic.html">logic</a></span>
<span class=""><a href="/blog.html">blog</a></span>
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    <div id="content"><p>Poole has basic support for content generation using Python code inlined in
page files. This is everything but a clear separation of logic and content but
for simple sites this is just a pragmatic way to get things done fast.
For instance the menu on this page is generated by some inlined Python code in
the project's <code>page.html</code> file.</p>
<p>Just ignore this feature if you don't need it :)</p>
<p>Content generation by inlined Python code is good to add some zest to your
site. If you use it a lot, you better go with more sophisticated site
generators like <a href="http://ringce.com/hyde">Hyde</a>.</p></div>
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