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Plim is a Python port of Ruby's Slim template language built on top of Mako Templates

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Plim is a Python port of Ruby’s Slim template language built on top of Mako Templates. It uses Mako’s preprocessor feature to translate its syntax into a valid HTML/Mako markup.

For more information visit the Documentation Page.


Version 0.9

  • 0.9.6

  • Hotfix: Conditional statements parser now can handle strings containing inline tag separator sequences (#27).

  • 0.9.5

  • Hotfix: Fix plimc unicode decoding regression introduced by the previous hotfix.

  • 0.9.4

    • Hotfix: plimc no longer crashes with TypeError in Python3 environments

      when it writes bytes to sys.stdout.

  • 0.9.3

    • Hotfix: Fix UnicodeEncodeError in plimc when it writes to STDOUT.

  • 0.9.2

  • 0.9.1

  • 0.9.0

    • Change: Pyramid adapter now relies on Pyramid>=1.5a2 and pyramid_mako>=0.3.1.

    • Change: The package now depends on Mako>=0.9.0.

    • Change: Sass/Scss extension now requires PyScss>=1.2.0.post3.

    • Change: Pyramid adapter’s plim.file_extension configuration option is deprecated.

      The config.add_plim_renderer() directive is provided instead.

Version 0.8

  • 0.8.9

    • Bugfix: Use sys.maxsize instead of unavailable sys.maxint on Python 3.

  • 0.8.8

    • Hotfix: Make Plim working with a development version of pyScss for Python-3.x setups.

  • 0.8.7

    • Bugfix: Pyramid adapter is now compatible with the 1.5a2+ version of the framework.

    • Change: default template file extension

      used in pyramid bindings is changed from “.plm” to “.plim”.

  • 0.8.6

    • Hotfix: fixed assertion error in handlebars parser.

  • 0.8.5

  • 0.8.4

    • Hotfix: updated links to github.

  • 0.8.3

    • Hotfix: prevent lexer from parsing embedded markup inside style and script blocks.

  • 0.8.2

    • Feature: added support for Embedded Markup.

    • Feature: plimc utility is now able to output plain HTML.

  • 0.8.1

  • 0.8.0

    • Feature: added support for dynamic attributes unpacker (an equivalent to Slim’s splat attributes).

Version 0.7

  • 0.7.14

    • Hotfix: fixed bug with unicode handling.

  • 0.7.13

    • Hotfix: fixed bug with static unicode attributes.

  • 0.7.12

    • Unnecessary newline characters at the end of literal blocks have been removed.

    • Added the command-line tool plimc.

  • 0.7.11

    • Fixed bug that had to do with incorrect parsing of multi-line dynamic class attributes.

    • Fixed bug that had to do with passing incorrect data to plim parser in babel adapter.

  • 0.7.10 Fixed bug with unicode error in python block. Thanks to sqrabs@github!

  • 0.7.9 Added babel message extraction plugin.

  • 0.7.8 Expanded range of possible numeric values that don’t require double-quoting.

  • 0.7.7

    • Fixed bug with linebreaks without trailing newline character.

    • Fixed bug with missing explicit whitespace after =, and ==, line indicators.

  • 0.7.6 Fixed bug with incorrect parsing of static boolean attributes.

  • 0.7.5 Fixed bug with comment and content blocks separated by empty lines.

  • 0.7.4 Added -stylus extension.

  • 0.7.3 Fix bug with literal one-liners.

  • 0.7.1 Fixed installation error caused by missing README.rst.

  • 0.7.0 Initial public release.

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