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On 07/20/2013 07:44 AM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 05:30:36PM -0400, Matthew Miller wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 01:45:41PM -0700, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
>> * python-cheetah -- Development slowed way down after they made
>> their last release in 2010 and announced that the next release
>> cheetah-3.0 would include python3 support. Probably need to
>> contact upstream about this and may need to prepare the patch
>> to do the port.
> What I'd _really_ like to do is get cheetah factored out of
> cloud-init. (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=974327
> It brings in a whole dependency chain of which python2 vs.
> python3 is the least of the troubles.
Are Matthew's replies stuck in the python-devel moderation queue?
(Just realised the likely reason I'm only seeing half this
Hmm, also just realised I've been hitting Reply-List, so my replies
are only going to python-devel...
If your needs are very minimal, python3-tempita might be a good
choice. If you actually do need more features than that,
python-mako and python-jinja2 are popular. Note that both of those
have a few deps (but hopefully not as bad as cheetah). (Also --
the python3 version of mako has less deps than the python2
version... I think that it just because those deps haven't been
ported to python3 yet and the package can operate with reduced
functionality without them. the deps fo the python3 version might
expand i nthe future).
Jinja2 is excellent, with very high quality error reporting - an oft
overlooked feature in a templating tool! (it's actually Armin
Ronacher's fault I started thinking about how to deal with the problem
of surrogate escaped strings escaping from their intended "retrieve
from OS API, pass straight back to OS API" box - he did an excellent
write-up of how this can go wrong after finishing the Werkzeug and
Jinja2 Python 3 updates: see
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