[thelist] PHP-ized Style Sheets
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Mon Mar 4 13:52:10 CST 2013
Barney Carroll scribeva in 2013-03-04 15:44:
> As another Englishman, I think a teacher wouldn't feel comfortable using
> any of these in front of other peoples' primary school children — that
> aside I think these are all fairly common usage with no implied anger /
> offense. It might be a class thing though.
Maybe. But at least I learned that if I want something to be widely
used, I should be quite conservative naming it. A good lesson for a
****ing mad Finn ;-)
> Having said this, you get all sorts on the web. If you're feeling
> sensitive, how about…
Almost there, but as this script is so small, barely there, faint like a
whisper, I figured "Psst" would be a fitting name.
Now that we got this - in itself very interesting - discussion in
linguistics and cultural sensitivity out of the way, would anyone have
thoughts on the script itself?
The aim is to provide the developer with most of the good stuff that
things like LESS and Sass give, but without creating a new language. And
this should be achieved in the simplest possible way.
Do you think Psst could/should be simplified further? And do you see any
pitfalls I've failed to see - is there any damage potential?
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