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Requirements for 1.0
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-- write a formalized grammar for Cheetah in BNF
+- write a formalized grammar for Cheetah in BNF (MO)
- update User's Guide about changes to SkeletonPage (no more #settings,
etc) (TR)
-- document all methods/attributes inherited from Template and
- WebKit.Servlet/Cheetah.DummyServlet, for section 11.5 of the Users' Guide.
- Distinguish those that are frequently used by the template maintainer,
- those occasionally used, and those never used. These must be documented
- to avoid unknowingly overriding a Template/Servlet variable and causing
- side effects.
-- decide whether/when to change the way local/global/builtin variables
- are looked up (see below).
+- allow searchList variables to override Python builtins. (TR)
+- remove magic underscore feature ($var -> _var if var does not exist) (TR)
+- patch on SourceForge for "%" in default arguments of a block (TR)
+- something about globals (TR)
+- Install Cheetah into Cheetah/ rather than Webware/Cheetah/ . Have a
+ migration plan for existing users. (TR)
Other TODO Items
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+- Debugging tools. $dumpSearchList() reduces each searchList element to a
+Python primitive type (using dir() on non-dictionaries) and prints it using
+pprint.pformat() with a comment before each: "*** searchList[1] ***".
+Boolean argument 'all' adds local variables, builtins, etc. Boolean argument
+'allExceptLarge' skips any element with >20 variables, printing a warning:
+"skipping, ### variables".
+
- revisit parsed #include directives. Are they necessary at all??
(This is a rhetorical question. They are necessary. However, the
Users' Guide needs better examples about when and when not to use

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