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render Python powered string templates

But you're right, it is "yet another template language". And I'm not going to apologize for it.

--- Aaron Swartz


  • secure Python via [Templetor]

  • a strict superset dialect of [Markdown]

  • literate programming aided by [reStructuredText]

  • mathematical formulae a la [LaTeX]


  • spell check based upon GNU's Aspell (91 countries)

  • style conformance according to:

*   [The Elements of Style]
*   [The Elements of Typographic Style]

The following example demonstrates headings, block quotation, paragraphs, ellipses, em dash, smart quotes, Microformats (hCard), lowercased figures, title case, auto-reference and spell check.

(217 characters to 450+ including X codes.)

>>> mana('''
... On nonsnse in prose  {nonsense}
... ===============================
... > ...
... > Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
... > The frumious Bandersnatch!
... > ...
... --- @[Lewis Carroll], "Through the Looking-Glass,
...                        and What Alice Found There" 1872
... ''', stage='proof')  #doctest: +NORMALIZE_WHITESPACE
'<h1 id=nonsense><a href=#nonsense>On <span class=x-spelling><span
class=x-error>Nonsnse</span> (<span class=x-suggestions>Nonsense,
Nonsenses, Nansen's, Nonsense's, Ninon's, Jonson's</span>)</span> in
Prose</a></h1><blockquote><p>&#x; Be&shy;ware the Jub&shy;jub bird,
and shun<br>The frumious Bandersnatch!&nbsp;&#x;</p></blockquote><p>&#x;
<span class=h-card>Lew&shy;is Carroll</span>, &#x;Through the
Look&shy;ing-Glass, and What Al&shy;ice Found There&#x;&nbsp;<span



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