> I like Tenjin, because it's lightweight and fast. It may even be the
> *fastest* templating engine available to a Perl programmer. The web
> page on Tenjin by the original author has some informative benchmarks:
I wonder if that is the XS version of TT?
And personally, speed is my last concern when developing software.
Readability and clear logic are paramount, along with correctness.
Typically a program has a single bottleneck and only that needs to be fixed.
I am not gentoo-mentality speed freak :)
Also, Text::MicroTemplate is an extract from the Mojo web framework. I
wonder how fast that is. It compiles to Perl subs.
> Check it out.
I also looked Kwartz
This seems overly ambitious. A bit to rigid on where control is for
producing the output HTML. I prefer full-strength languages available
for controlling HTML output, not code embedded in CSS (though Brock
might like that :)