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> > But FWIW, Haml can easily be vendored, so you can probably sneak itn
> > just as easily.
> > 
> > -greg
> 
> Umm only if you're allowed to use a framework that supports 
> "vendoring" (whatever that is).

Errr, that has nothing to do with the framework. Vendoring just means including the entire source as part of your project, instead of assuming thenvironment will have it set up (through rubygems or whatever).

If you're using rubygems, as almost everyone, just use  the "gem unpackaml" in your application if you want to vendor haml. Then you just add "require 'haml/lib/haml'" or whatever the path is to your application. No framework required. Without rubygems, just copy the source in, easy enough.
 		 	   		  
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