Re: And where's the CMS?
> Then you should have call it Custom
> Templating System ;)
> Anyways, I like it... I thing is the
> best way to do templates even I have use
> a lot of smarty and others alike for
> some jobs that required its use.. But
> I've been using something like these for
> years and I haven't found anything
> better so far.
> What I usually try not to do, is the
> replacement of strings in the templates,
> I rather do all the work with functions
> or classes right into the file..
> Since I have to use other languages for
> web apps I like to keep some standards
> in the way I program.
> I like this approach, but I think is
> just not the right title
You do have a point, but actually its my experience that ppl in common tend to utilize only the template part of the CMS solutions in todays projects.
The parts missing before being a competitive CMS is in general: The posibility to introduce role handling like writers and publishers and introducing timed content handling.