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Curl macros
08-08-2011, 09:42 PM, (This post was last modified: 08-08-2011, 10:17 PM by RobertShiplett.)
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Curl macros
I have started a series on learning to build Curl macros over at http://aule-browser.com/tiki

Any feedback would be most welcome.

Will we have an area here where I can resume my series on Test-driven development with Curl ?

Any possiblity of running live code {example } from this site for that macros series ?

Will we create a group where that macro series or the TDD series might be hosted ?

Recently I have looked at tiddlyspot, tiddlyspace and pbworks.com - all three have awkward wiki markup. Tiki is very limiting and it's ability to layout text falls back on HTML ( PBworks.com is now HTML-only but that free version is very limited.) A list of some of my test pages is at http://lcurlr.blogspot.com/p/my-curl-pages.html.

If there is nothing better out there in wiki-type offerings, is anyone interested in showing what Curl could offer ( please, not PHP on the server-side !) ?? So far, I have used Drupal + PHP to generate Curl pages, but personally I prefer the Smalltalk Seaside framework. Both require effort and the latter requires some Smalltalk experience. Content-oriented web application servers are usually tightly-coupled to HTML and XML. Apache Wicket is usable with effort for non-HTML arkup such as Curl.. Does anyone see another framework that is loosely-coupled to the output content format/Mime-type ?

In my view, a big step fprward would be to place the code for the Curl documentation viewer into open-source along with the code for the Curl web-based training - is tere any hope of that? Am I alone in thinking this?

Is there any hope of releasing the code for the macro {example } into open-source ?

When you see how awkward these server-side wiki's are for client use, a one-language solution such as Curl doesn't look like a great demo opportunity ?

Smalltalk originated the wiki and TDD; squeak and pharo Smalltalk now have a DB and a CMS ( just as Python has Zope/Plone) and Ruby has Rails: should Curl developers be looking to an open-source CMS ?
Robert Shiplett, Curlr
Fredericton NB

Canada
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Curl macros - by RobertShiplett - 08-08-2011, 09:42 PM
RE: Curl macros - by curl - 08-09-2011, 10:26 AM

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