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Kwartz is a template system which realized the concept of 'Independence of Presentation Logic'(IoPL). It is available to separate the presentation layer from the main program with any template system. In addition, Kwartz enables you to separate the presentation logic (such as iteration or conditional branching) from the presentation data (HTML file).
released on 22 October 2006
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