has put up a great on how to get started with NHaml.
The version of NHaml now lets you use tabs or a variable indent size for indentation.
Now, no more arguing! You may go about your business.
P.S. 2 spaces is the best
rightly pointed out that requiring NHaml users to pull the source from SVN was just downright lazy. So I finally got around to putting together an actual release: .
With 2.0 we’ve made some substantial changes and improvements and also greatly simplified the API. Here’s a sneak peak of what’s coming:
- The biggest change by far has been the introduction of pluggable back-end compilers. NHaml templates can now be authored in one of four languages: C# 2, C# 3, Boo and IronRuby.
- We have greatly simplified our ASP.NET MVC View Engine which now inherits from the framework provided VirtualPathProviderViewEngine.
- NHaml 2.0 implements the for convenient handling of HTML encoding.
- We made some major API usability improvements for stand-alone template rendering.
We still have a bunch of stuff on our backlog, some of which we’ll try and squeeze into 2.0 RTM - Hopefully sometime within the next month.
Enjoy and death to angle brackets!
Using NHaml? Then head on over to .
Thanks to for setting it up.
Updated to support ASP.NET MVC Preview 5.
As always, get it .