[Analysis] Templates: The good, the bad, the ugly

J. Paul Reed preed at sigkill.com
Tue Dec 7 19:27:05 UTC 2004

On 07 Dec 2004 at 14:06:15, David Miller arranged the bits on my disk to say:

> GavinS wrote:
> >>>>>>"Jake" == Jake  <jake at bugzilla.org> writes:
> >
> >Jake> Also frustrating is the fact that the template
> >Jake> directives are basically another programming language to deal
> >Jake> with and have no support for context colorization is most common
> >Jake> editors (vim, emacs, etc).
> >
> >Just for info, there is a simple TT mode for emacs available, which
> >google should find.
> There is also a syntax module for TT on Vim as well somewhere on 
> Sourceforge.  I know Google can find it. :)  Look for tt2.vim

Neither of these responses really address the problem Jake is describing.

It's like saying "To help us, you have to learn French, because half of our
code is in French, but the other half is in English. Oh but don't worry...
here's a dictionary."

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