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Hi! I'm Daniel.

I like writing, tweeting, sometimes give talks, and occasionally write code.

Apr 21, 2010


Some time ago I discovered [@defunkt's]@defunkt logic less ruby templating system mustache. I instantly liked it because of its simplicity, independence from any frameworks and admittingly also because of the name. After having seen many implementations in python, JavaScript and even Erlang and node.js I decided to also port it to a new language. Since I am doing some C++ at work at the moment and I wanted to deepen my knowledge in some non-work related projects anyway, the decision was practically made. So I fired up my trusty text editor and hacked away. After some weeks of creating the build system, deciding how to do regular expressions and unit tests, basic mustache tags, true/false and inverted sections are working, as well as basic HTML esacping.

The results can be seen on github and at the moment I am working on getting to a point where I am satisfied enough with the code to tag it v0.1.0. I am excited to port mustache to a more static language and challenge the difficulties of still keeping it simple. And I am even more excited about how this mustache thing will evolve.