[erlang-questions] [ANN] ErlyDTL v0.9.0

Andreas Stenius erlang@REDACTED
Tue Feb 18 10:14:39 CET 2014

Thank you. And indeed it is a good idea to tell what it is all about (as
I've pointed out to others myself as well).

So, here is a one liner:

ErlyDTL is a template engine with the main goal of being compatible with
the Django template language.


2014-02-18 9:34 GMT+01:00 Fredrik Andersson <sedrik@REDACTED>:

> Congrats on the new release.
> A good thing to include in release messages is a short summary of what the
> project is about.
> On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 9:24 AM, Andreas Stenius <erlang@REDACTED> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> After some fluctuating stability around 0.8.1/0.8.2, release 0.9.0 [1]
>> brings a set of improvements that has been tested not only by the test
>> suite, but also in a couple of projects.
>> News:
>>    - API changes. Added _file and _template suffixes to the compile
>>    functions to explicitly convey what is to be compiled.
>>    - Autoescape is now *enabled* by default. Use the relatively new
>>    auto_escape option if you want this disabled by default.
>>    - blocktrans blocks can now be translated to multiple locales in
>>    runtime. (thanks to @seriyps <https://github.com/seriyps>)
>>    - trans and _(...) tags can now be translated to multiple locales at
>>    compile time. (thanks to@REDACTED <https://github.com/seriyps>)
>>    - Don't want to save the compiled .beam file? Use {out_dir, false} compile
>>    time option (this was possible before as well, when no out_dir was
>>    specified, but that results in a warning).
>>    - The error reporting has been fixed for certain cases.
>> Please note that going forward from version 0.8.0 or earlier will require
>> some minor adjustments as there have been a few incompatible changes
>> introduced in the return values of the API. We have adopted the style of
>> that of the Erlang compiler application, with options for reporting and/or
>> returning errors and warnings. See the readme for details.
>> A big thank you to all who reported issues and sent pull requests.
>> Best regards,
>> Andreas Stenius
>> [1] https://github.com/erlydtl/erlydtl/releases/tag/0.9.0
>> Ps.
>> As I see there will be more frequent releases of ErlyDTL in the future, I
>> will only announce "major" releases to erlang-questions. If you want to
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