[Haskell-cafe] Re: [web-devel] Google Summer of Code: BlazeHTML
tphyahoo at gmail.com
Sun May 30 11:58:25 EDT 2010
I'm a heavy hsp user. Could hsp benefit from this project by using
blaze as a back end instead of whatever it's using now?
IIUC, Hsp uses hsx (via the preprocessor program trhsx) to convert
xml-containing hybrid hsp/xml/html files into compilable haskell.
I expected hsx uses XHTML (which iiuc is what blaze would replace) on
the backend but I don't see it listed in the dependencies at
so I guess it doesn't and uses something internal rather than xhtml. (Right?)
My question as regards BlazeHTML is if there could be any performance
win/tie in for the hsp/hsx toolchain.
FWIW, wrt to blaze sclv commented on reddit "The idea is rather that
this would be a replacement for the html combinator library, as
distinct from templating (hamlet, hstringtemplate, bravo, chunks,
press, & co) and as distinct from the *sp model of inlined code (hsp).
Edit: Ideally, and generally for Haskell libs, the choices of
persistence layer, html generation library, dispatch model, and server
layer are largely orthogonal. Strong typing makes any ad-hoc plumbing
2010/5/30 Tom Lokhorst <tom at lokhorst.eu>:
> +1 for HTML5.
> Also, I suggest focussing on the html serialization of HTML5.
> The xml serialization (XHTML5) is only useful in an XML environment.
> For such environments pure xml libraries are more appropriate.
> Besides, I like html syntax better.
> On 30 May 2010 16:27, Jochem Berndsen <jochem at functor.nl> wrote:
>> On 05/29/2010 08:05 PM, Gregory Collins wrote:
>>> Matt Parker<moonmaster9000 at gmail.com> writes:
>>>> Q3: Which HTML version would you preferably use?
>>>> HTML 5. google summer of code should be about pushing the new and
>>> Yes, definitely, this should be the default IMO.
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