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Template Lite

Template Lite is a very fast and small HTML template engine that was originally created as a smaller replacement for Smarty and known as Smarty Light. For the most part, it is a drop in replacement for Smarty but uses around half of the memory and is considerably faster and far less CPU intensive when compiling and displaying templates.

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  •  05 Jan 2007 08:22

    Release Notes: register_resource and unregister_resource support was added. Different resources are supported by everything except for cached template output. The _get_resource internal function was added for processing "file:" and absolute tag resources. The resize_image plugin was added. Support for absolute paths to template files was fixed.

    •  18 Dec 2006 01:52

      Release Notes: This release has a large number of changes to the core code to make the system more modular. Many compiler functions are now modules that are loaded only if needed by a template. This greatly reduces the over all overhead by a considerable amount if you create a standard template (174k used by the compiler).

      •  01 Sep 2006 23:06

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  23 Apr 2006 20:25

          Release Notes: This release adds a CONST reserved variable, a TEMPLATE_LITE_DIR constant variable, variable list support in the {include} function, and debug support for templates included with the {include} function. There are several bugfixes.

          •  16 Apr 2006 04:15

            Release Notes: Support for compiler functions and default variable modifiers was added. Debugging support and a debugging console were added. Many code enhancements were made for speed and to lower memory usage.

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