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express 3.1.0 (from npm)
coffeecup 0.3.19 (from github)
When trying to open http://localhost:3000/ error appears:
ReferenceError: partial is not defined
at Object.eval (eval at (/home/neos/node_modules/coffeecup/lib/coffeecup.js:410:10))
at eval (eval at (/home/neos/node_modules/coffeecup/lib/coffeecup.js:410:10))
at coffeecup.__express.render (/home/neos/node_modules/coffeecup/lib/coffeecup.js:458:25)
at coffeecup.__express (/home/neos/node_modules/coffeecup/lib/coffeecup.js:479:16)
at fs.readFile (fs.js:176:14)
at Object.oncomplete (fs.js:297:15)
Examples "/login" and "/inline" work fine.
res.partial() and partial() (within templates) have been removed in express 3.x
removing line 12 in index.coffee in the express example will get rid of this error. If anyone has a non hacky way to address partials with express 3.x and coffeecup I would love to hear it.