Templess is an XML templating library for Python, that is very compact and simple, fast, and has a strict seperation of logic and design. It is different from other templating languages because instead of 'asking' for data from the template, you 'tell' the template what content there is to render, and the template just provides placeholders. Instead of calling into your code from the template, all data for the template is prepared in the code before it is handed over to the templating engine to render. This makes Templess very suitable for programmers, since everything is done from the Python code layer rather than using some domain-specific language from the XML.

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